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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • and honors the dignity of man and the respect for the individual more
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • any respect whatever, nor neglect his daily duties in any sense, nor
    • whether or not they are really true. He must have neither doubt nor
    • proclaims day by day are part of a vast spiritual world panorama that
    • panorama of universe and humanity, which he has let pass through his
    • the great Spirits. He has learned to survey the whole panoramic
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • abnormally small brain, a much smaller brain than those women whom he
    • normal educational preparation this is really not to difficult, but
    • always been fettered beings? It would be ignorance if one were to
    • The two enormous
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • vegetarian for “righteous” reasons, nor is meat to be
    • not agitating in favor of particular tendencies, nor are we trying
    • freedom and become dependent upon our bodies if we ignore what is
    • that I am not speaking to mystics nor to anthroposophists who are
    • will require less nourishment than is normally required in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • magnet has North and South poles, just as light and darkness are
    • moving neither hand nor foot, never turning his eyes away from the
    • asleep in the normal way. It can therefore be said: ordinary sleep is
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • physical body is normally the servant of the etheric body. When,
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • science. This science is neither widely recognized nor popular; in
    • topic, nor was it entitled Christian Mysticism because I did not
    • of Asia Minor.
    • In the other type of initiation, practiced mainly in Asia Minor and
    • nature far more intensely than is normally done. Whereas we normally
    • direction or the other. Indeed, man lacked the strength to do so. Nor
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • glimmerings of a feeling for Christ. Nor during the first few years
    • to-day. We will restrict ourselves to the normal development of man by
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • will confine our discussion to normal conditions. Had it depended upon
    • organ would have felt an inordinate greed. The human being would have felt,
    • nor direct it. Look at the way in which Michelangelo has painted the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • Norrköping, July 13, 1914
    • The lecture presented here was given at Norrköping on July 13,
    • at Norrköping, July 13, 1914
    • spiritually. Nature didn't change because of Copernicus, nor does the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • beautiful Norwegian legend
    • This Norwegian legend does in fact describe the experiences that one
    • victory of the French over the English. Again, not the human mind nor
    • objects nor nations, nor the spirit of nations, are observed with
    • that in the North it is Russia and in the Southeast it is Turkey that
    • that England and Russia are allied in the North only on the physical
    • when normally it could have supported his physical body for a long
    • diplomas and honors; instead, he should have returned his brand of
    • world. Mankind's greatest sin will be to ignore what the dead call out
    • the roses, keeping only the latter, one would nor find the proper
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • with its materialistic trend will certainly not be honored by the name
    • not yet attained, nor have we in us, what we shall have when our souls
    • different racial stocks, apart from all minor differentiations, are
    • living Christ in us, the Christ Who needs no document nor has first to
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • indifference, nay even apathy toward religious emotion. Nor would it stop
    • nor do we wish to hold it back, for its life consists in the conquests needed
    • “Ignorabimus”: — No matter how closely nature's secrets are
    • found neither within the earthly region nor within that super-terrestrial
    • animal; this element which is discoverable neither in earthly space nor yet
    • science in anyway, nor can it estrange anybody from the life of religion.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • who make us neither warm nor cold. Thus we shall have an inner
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • independence. Otherwise neither the individual nor society can develop
    • off. That He is coming again is no cause for pessimism, nor should it
    • pessimistic nor optimistic, so that forces may awaken in my soul which
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • this, men were also ignorant of the needs, the conditions, that are
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • had a very good classical education and be an ignoramus in respect of
    • substance was Greek in tenor and content. To speak truly of the spirit
    • in man to-day. He does not know — nor can it be expected of him and it
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • similar, though, can be said about the forces of man's normal nature,
    • materialistic nor idealistic, but are capable of following up the ideal
    • forces by means of our ordinary senses nor by means of our intellect
    • joy nor enthusiasm will come from it later — the more you will be doing
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • organism and to ignore the fluid organism, the aeriform organism, and
    • backward survey of our life the intervals of sleep are ignored. It
    • should neither think that we have the solid body only, nor that we
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • complete ignorance of the fact that these things are relics of an
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • will operates in us. It is not the case in human nature, nor is
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • pupil was led to develop a more wide-awake life than normally. The
    • one normal for us to-day. In ancient periods of human evolution people
    • never perceived. Only people who are especially ignorant about certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • say at once that mankind is undergoing evolution; nor is it only the outer
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • “Ignorabimus,” reading into the word a confession that however
    • It was Albrecht von Haller who expressed the “Ignorabimus”
    • Nature is neither kernel nor shell,
    • normal life of man shows these two alternating conditions. The picture
    • science is very far removed from any dreamy, obscure mysticism, nor
    • Nature is neither kernel nor shell,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • purely organic activity, neither pervaded with soul nor illumined by
    • In normal life we do not notice the constant interplay of sympathies
    • our connection with the outer world becomes abnormal, and when the
    • antipathetic element that derives from sleep also works in an abnormal
    • like an abnormal aura. It may then happen that he begins to feel
    • say, to an abnormal intensification of the one pole in the life of
    • the light into our eyes. For us the light is outside, phantomlike. Nor
    • constrained to ignore the age in which the light of freedom could
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Bibliographie-Nr.209, Nordische und Mitteleuropälsche
    • what is experienced between birth and death. Normally we do not
    • normally lies beneath the threshold of consciousness, we will hear
    • the way it normally confronts us and otherwise stands before us, our
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • physically nor etherically, but astrally. And the important thing is
    • ignorant, relate to the human heart. They know what goes on here in the
    • tendency to go under; nor could they ever keep themselves intact, even
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • Thanks to an anonymous donor, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • points of view, from which the particular tenor of soul-life in our own
    • whereas we experience a purely pictorial panorama of our life during the
    • panorama of past life spread out before us. In a sense this consciousness
    • This indicates once again the enormous difference between the
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • that at night the physical-etheric organization of every normal
    • centrifugal direction. In the normal processes of the human body,
    • etheric as do the normal green substances in the plant; instead they
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • as natural science totally ignores these ego processes, these astral
    • processes of nature are normal, but the sick processes of nature are not.
    • arises “at the proper time,” a word, a label for our ignorance.
    • course, if one goes into the smallest parts and ignores all other forces, all
    • natural process becomes an abnormal one. It should remain in the
    • place in the metabolic system where normally a merely subordinated
    • If now these inhibiting forces are neither in an organ system nor in the
    • of the child only if he expects neither too much nor too little. If he
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • so inordinately proud. Hence it is interesting to see a book recently
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • thoughts. Only the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, was already
    • an enormous mistake to explain mere mysticism as esotericism. The
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • consider the enormous influence Shakespeare has had on Goethe,
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • eastern part of Asia Minor, ruled over by the kings of Western Asia.
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • through his laws. And just as little as he who is ignorant of
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • lies with one end pointing towards the North and the other towards the
    • a whole is a cosmic magnet of which one end points towards the North
    • dead neither hear nor take in this kind of speech. There is no
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • The blood, which normally flows only through the vessels, is forced
    • way as the left convolution of right-handed people normally is.
    • around considering only superficial things and ignore the inner
    • system expands. In other words, in children who develop normally the
    • Northern Hemisphere. This means that we could draw a map of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • powers of sympathy and antipathy, normally developed by the
    • activity of soul than they normally possess for life on earth. It
    • thinking, feeling and willing as they normally are on earth, but
    • through his senses and his life-organs being normally such as we have
    • ignorance, will be to lead mankind — although the opposite may
    • into the bodily organism those life-processes which normally
    • concepts with which the material processes are comprehended. Nor was
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • distortion, which ignores the deeper life that underlies all created
    • men. Nor can you have a State unless you give it a certain natural
    • fraternity must rule and on the other side ignore spiritual life,
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • “I shall not dance nor dance I may,
    • “I shall not dance nor dance I may
    • But I shall not dance nor dance I may.”
    • Some Swede or Norwegian has recently written a book in which he gives
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Mystery-Sanctuaries which existed here and there in Asia Minor and
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • perceive. Nor can they arise within this domain. The form of the eye
    • through birth. Nor does he even receive it through the forces that
    • us with our senses; nor can we say this of the human ear. Rather must
    • he is the Hierarchies himself. Nor would he ever become aware of
    • think. For we are born in truth unorientated for walking and standing,
    • writing, nor does one write it down in order afterwards to read it.
    • have disappeared, just as the panorama of our life disappears three
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • and etheric bodies. In normal circumstances when human beings
    • rapidly; but when, in somewhat abnormal circumstances, someone
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • been ignored. My works
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • phantasy and clairvoyant faculties, of legend and myth. Nor should we
    • from these same mists was now contained in the rivers in the North of
    •  Nor yearn to know,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • Initiation-wisdom which had lived in Asia Minor, Northern Africa, in
    • intellectualism is incapable of it. Nor is it possible to understand
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • Greece, in Egypt and in Asia Minor. It is, of course, true, that
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • human beings still ignore a secret of life which is intimately
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • descriptions, but this is only due to the fact that they ignore the
    • But those Beings who cannot see man, nor his activities, may, for
    • at first be disposed to vanity. They may attribute enormous
    • it, nor to judge it; it is not so simple a matter as imagined by
    • through several decades, as would be the case normally, when these
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Asia Minor, but only to the extent that the structure of these
    • the region of Asia Minor as the last surviving fragments of the first
    • is indispensable. What is a Temple of Asia Minor, in reality? Does
    • architectural forms of the early temples of Asia Minor were born. All
    • way as the facade or frontage of a temple of Asia Minor was related
    • — that is what the early temple of Asia Minor expresses, not as
    • traveled in Egypt and the region of Asia Minor only a few centuries
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • and Northern Asia and in Southern Europe. That is the soil into which
    • civilization. In Siberia, Scandinavia, Northern Russia, and China
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • In the north, the mingling of Hyperborean and Rishi civilization
    • Testament. A further branch of it went across to Asia Minor and there
    • namely in Asia Minor. Spirit had there been grafted on Spirit.
    • Lemurian period, nor even in Atlantis. Both in Lemuria and Atlantis,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Nor was it only in dim memory that the pupils of the initiates
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • arranged. And in the case of the languages of Northern Europe we do
    • or so since words were still felt in this way in the Northern
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • incorporate not in the individual man nor yet in a nation, but rather
    • the various ideas current in Greece, Asia Minor and its neighbouring
    • magical arts in the regions of Northern Asia. The magic arts
    • practised by the Shamanic peoples of Northern Asia and their
    • mankind will be accomplished. But if they persist in ignoring what is
    • Northern Asia are striving to consummate a kind of cosmic union with
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • fully conscious Imaginative seership. By a perfectly normal and
    • normal age of 70 or 80 was attained) can enter not merely into the
    • all the time; nor can we truly understand the sense of evolution
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • North a hundred years after the founding of Christianity, and he
    • that he knew that in the North men had a God, that was the same God
    • had lived in Thrace, a region in Northern Greece, on whom the
    • nor do I venerate the single individuality which has lived in this
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • as a normal faculty of the human soul. And men were aware that in the
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • the greater number of people saw neither what was built nor what this
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • the human soul, nor even be blazoned forth as universal human love.
    • machine nor the inductive machine would obey me, nor anything else.
    • states: Goethe did not know of the Fraunhofer lines! Nor does it help
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • place of the Revolution, who contributed so enormously to the later
    • Ahriman nor Lucifer from the present day, they must only be balanced
    • be led into false paths by the ignorant, or those who have no
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • those who sought for spiritual things. Nor was this inscription on
    • be neither proper nor applicable, and that it will nevertheless
    • world today can neither be grasped nor in any way governed through
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • North and the other pole to the South, but that cosmic forces are at
    • ancestors is not the form of the head nor its inner forces, and that
    • men do not know nor value this. At any rate it is almost ridiculous
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • appears before his soul like a panorama. This period ends when the
    • us neither by heaven nor by earth, but is based on a kind of
    • centuries, and now live more in the north — they are, to be
    • sure, incarnated in Europe, but more in the north, This is entirely
    • impressed by Christianity as it made its way northward from the
    • middle, and eastern Europe, more toward the north; but this
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • features that are ignored in the usual one-sided conception of the
    • ignore altogether the working of the soul and spirit. Walking,
    • as a panorama. Always, without exception, the human being looks back,
    • days the whole panorama has passed away — into the Cosmos. We
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • contemporaries, nor indeed to the man of to-day.
    • after having first composed it in the mood of the Germanic North. Nor
    • not so widely separate from man, nor man from the outer world. Man
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
    • does not yet distinguish between the table and a living thing. Nor
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • strengthening and energising of the normal faculty of thinking which
    • hallucinations and visions he loses his ordinary, normal
    • describes these higher worlds with normal reasoning powers and
    • in the following position. He starts out with a normal content and
    • Again we must be capable of re-asserting normal consciousness, to
    • judge this spiritual world with normal consciousness. There is a
    • nature-necessity, nor due to the normal constitution of the human
    • Eurhythmy is not an art of dancing, nor anything in the nature of
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • Ignorabimus of du Bois-Reymond, in the early seventies. The
    • through our ordinary, normal senses and what we elaborate from out
    • were neither willing nor able to go beyond the world of the senses.
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • grasped by a small minority; the great majority lives in traditional
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • dreaming life of feeling, nor our sleeping life of the will. These
    • was also the healer of what is generally considered as normal,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • after having reached, so to speak, a normal age. We know that
    • death after having reached a normal age. We should therefore say to
    • speaking of normal conditions; when people are asleep during the
    • through a normal life between birth and death, for then we have drawn
    • the life of men who die at a normal age. This is a very significant
    • spiritual science. The true Christ never condemns in wrath, nor does
    • how easy it is to ignore a gift of cosmic life consisting of the
    • in which the North and the South poles are active: in relation to the
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • described. Nor did he speak in an abstract way of the ‘will’
    • It was a step downwards into ignorance for it is not possible to
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • in the same way as we, and the Egyptians even less so, nor did they
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • from the north towards Iran, and who received from the God, whom he
    • of to-day, if evolution on the earth takes its normal course.
    • long to the earth in order to divert it from its normal evolution.
    • intelligible by the normal, rightly applied, human reason if only the
    • at heart can neither think nor say anything that is true in the sense
    • not with sympathy, antipathy or the like, nor in the mirror of
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • of the world, not merely in thought, nor merely in feeling as happens
    • Anthroposophical Movement, and who, from the whole tenor of their
    • flow with great difficulty for the Anthroposophical Movement, nor,
    • direction or another, nor for the sake of criticism, but solely in
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • inside, nor what people live in it.
    • the etheric body, we shall find that it is neither visible nor
    • comes from the ancient Moon existence, nor that part which comes from
    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • tableau, or a panorama, woven out of all we have experienced during
    • life, now surrounds us simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our
    • panorama of our life, a life-picture stands before us and it
    • what normally occurs successively, within the stream of time.
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • nation that was widely spread in the north-eastern territory of
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • soul something that entirely ignores the soul’s threefold
    • tribes — in reality, they were Norman-German tribes who had to
    • contains, above all, a Norman-German element, and this lives in the
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • goodness nor truth are accessible to man unless he acts in the very
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • all the etheric movements reflect, as in a panorama, the life just passed on
    • take my strength, let it not take effect nor let them gainsay me to take from
    • in his own cleverness which every grown man has today, he simply ignores the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • in life, however, can never serve man's evolution nor his true
    • minor significance compared with the fact that a particular seed will
    • own use; he uses it neither for growth nor for his natural organic
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • living motion the forces behind the external world of the senses. Nor
    • Norwegian or a Frenchman. For these illnesses are connected with the
    • good breeding, nor had he moved in high circles; he lacked grace and
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • to ordinary human relationships in the normal course of life and not
    • materialistic medicine is ignorant of man's higher members, almost
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • Nor could the etheric body exist without being interpenetrated by
    • whole sixteen hours — assuming that to be the normal time for
    • could not be ignored.
    • just these abnormal conditions in human life, and that the whole
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • around its planet is by no means mere chance, nor is it unconnected
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • illness nor what we have just been discussing. But there is another
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • observation if it is extensive enough: the animal, neither weeps nor
    • that the animal cannot weep but at the most howl, nor can it laugh
    • normal conditions for his individuality to be exchanged. The
    • to transform man's organism, assuming that circumstances are normal,
    • neither laugh nor weep in its earliest days but only learns to do so
    • his face. The normal facial expression and muscular tension that a
    • in its normal tension, the ego lets it go slack and expands it, it
    • normal. Laughter, therefore, is nothing else than the physical or
    • give him his normal expression. When the astral body relaxes its
    • that are in no way rooted in arrogance nor in a contraction of the
    • cried!’ This is a wonderful way of describing something normal
    • in weeping. She is neither laughing nor weeping on her own account.
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • works in the region of the North Pole is very different from the way
    • get to the North Pole the greater are the differences between winter
    • and summer. And right at the North Pole half the year is day and half
    • tells us that at the North Pole itself earth conditions in Lemurian
    • certain extent true that at the North Pole the strongest influence is
    • outside, has had the least influence of all at the North Pole, so the
    • given it was in the area of the North Pole least possible for man to
    • in ancient Lemurian times it was just at the North Pole that those
    • vapour. Thus there was at the North Pole in Lemurian times a kind of
    • visit the North Pole in Lemurian times, he would have spoken about
    • the people living around the North Pole at that time were in the
    • physical human beings, whilst he would reckon the northern peoples to
    • belonged to a number of forms below. Up in the North they were group
    • the inhabitants of those regions that we find at the North Pole today
    • equatorial regions. So we can say that the North Pole was populated
    • once the teachers of mankind descended from the cold North! We have
    • actually found them, the group souls around the North Pole. If they
    • North Pole, we should have found a spiritualising of the earth
    • migrating to those regions lying between the Equator and the northern
    • Equator and the North Pole. The human bodies that could become
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • thought, without pleasure or displeasure, nor any feeling for duty
    • him, this would not steel his will nor kindle his hopes to the same
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture One
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    • Norbert [St. Norbert, c. 1085–1134. In 1121 founded the
    • Order of Norbertines. In 1126 he became Archbishop of Magdeburg.]
    • founding the Order came to him, Norbert was a loose-living man, full
    • examples in history. The inner connection between Norbert's physical
    • human side, would not have been right then, nor would they be right
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    • also for the Gentiles”, this was an enormous contribution to
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Three
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    • death, his longings and desires remain. Nor need these longings and
    • thing were said it would imply ignorance of the fact that the idea of
    • and do not belong to the Earth at all? Nor will you be surprised,
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    • to his physical body. Nor does he become free from the physical body
    • or less normal time. Objectively speaking, an afternoon nap is a
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    • consciousness of ‘I’ at the same age. Nor does the change
    • normal process of evolution in the Cosmos. The formative principles
    • have had a normal development; having evolved through the stages of
    • North and South Poles are antitheses, it would be better if neither
    • Earth because at the North Pole people would freeze through cold and
    • course, North and South Poles are genuine opposites and are necessary
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    • something remained backward in the evolutionary process. Normal
    • life of day, so that in the normal life of the human being a certain
    • lives of his ancestors, nor indeed from processes that can operate on
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    • more and more widespread; nor will things improve in the future. The
    • nor can we bestir ourselves too often in this connection. The
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    • in the Astral world nor in the lower Devachanic world can a complete
    • Silence in which there is neither space nor time, but silence only.
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    • everything went on normally. Because the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • the realm of the human senses, and evolution could go on normally for
    • sense neither on the Moon nor on the Sun, but as though it encircled
    • home in the north, in the Hyperborean land. Farewell festivals were
    • spring. A deep wisdom resides in this idea of Apollo going north. The
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    • through Apollo, and the spiritual sun goes away to the north, while
    • Greeks, the Romans and the European peoples of central and northern
    • the most varied places of Asia Minor, and also in Europe, festivals
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    • the Council of Nicaea onwards, human beings in their normal
    • Thus I did not know how to proceed when I once asked the Norwegian
    • Folk Spirit, the Northern Folk Spirit, about Parsifal and he said:
    • flowed into the northern Parsifal saga
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    • the Grail Castle, still ignorant, not ready to ask questions —
    • knowledge, what do we find? Who is he, this Parsifal? He is ignorant
    • of certain things; he is held to be ignorant — but of what? Now
    • of events; he is kept in ignorance precisely of all that. He is
    • away in ignorance from the Grail Castle, he learns it from the woman
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    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • must not speak of such a mode of thinking as is normal today, but of
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    • Nor can we grasp anything essential about the nature of the Sun as
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    • use; nor is any other form of calculation, for they immediately play
    • being's inner thoughts and feelings simply through normal
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    • know what it is like inside, nor what people live in it.
    • it is neither visible nor accessible to the physical-sensory
    • physical body that comes from the Old Moon existence, nor that
    • birth, nor look back upon it. The only thing we know is that we were
    • for a few days, something that resembles a tableau, or a panorama,
    • simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our life-experiences
    • stand before us simultaneously in powerful pictures. A panorama of
    • simultaneously, in a woof woven out of the ether, what normally
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    • whole life lies before us like a panorama, during the days in which
    • body, but we see them; and we survey, as if in a panorama, the life
    • as we carry our etheric body, we see in a panorama what we had in us
    • spiritual world. Nor can we understand why we must believe to be
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    • somewhat at length for the third time to our friends here in Norway,
    • outside to guide them, for instance, from a place in the north of
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    • of Italy, and again different over the lands of Norway, Denmark or
    • which we meet with, e.g., in Russia, in Norway or Germany. That
    • then their normal stage of evolution. There is, however, a remarkable
    • attained their normal height, but actually have the character they
    • that in which are the normal Folk-spirits, the Archangels. That is
    • discriminate whether these are Beings who have now normally reached
    • If certain Beings had not renounced their normal evolution, and
    • exchange work with each other: the normally developed Archangels, and
    • But in this domain also, those Beings who have normally
    • normally to have; that is to say, they do not give intuitions in the
    • same way as do the normal Spirits of Personality, but as do the
    • stimulated by the true Spirits of the Age who are at their normal
    • normal Archangels also, who govern the national feeling and
    • to another. Then one can see how the normal Folk-Spirits act, and how
    • Within man there are not only normal and abnormal Archangels, but
    • also Archangels in contradistinction to the abnormal Spirits of
    • Spirits of the Peoples, who is a normal Archangel, and one of those
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality, and in a certain historical epoch the
    • relationship was established with the corresponding abnormal
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    • preceding lectures, the normal Folk-spirits.
    • the Archangelic Beings, the normal Folk-spirits we must distinguish
    • inner life of the Folk-spirits. A man has not many such in his normal
    • normal to man, as well as to the Folkspirits. From this you may
    • influenced by those whom we call the abnormal* Archangels, the
    • how the abnormal*
    • Archangels can, however, also operate into the domain of the abnormal
    • co-operation of the Archangels with the abnormal Spirits of
    • Archangels are crossed. When this occurs, when these abnormal Spirits
    • you have an interplay of the abnormal Spirits of Personality with the
    • referred to the synopsis. The term abnormal is applied sometimes to
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality but the normal Spirit of Personality,
    • of the Age. Then, however, the possibility arises for a normal and an
    • abnormal Archangel to incorporate themselves in the severed part of
    • peoples who then received their own normal and abnormal Archangels.
    • are active in what we call the world. We have spoken of the normal
    • and abnormal Archangels. The abnormal Archangels have revealed
    • of their evolution. We may then ask, How is it with the normal
    • Spirits of Form? We perceive the normal Spirits of Form as being four
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    • epochs, certain Beings should renounce the normal course of their
    • man in a way that would have been impossible in the normal course of
    • only those who are in normal evolution, — were chiefly to be
    • active in him, we should find that these are the donors of the
    • which normally belongs to the Moon-evolution, evolves in man as a
    • normally still have no interest in man. So that we must say: the
    • that these Spirits of Form who have developed themselves normally
    • followed a normal development he would only then come out of himself
    • their evolution normally up to the Earth-evolution, spiritual Beings
    • earlier epoch. They can bestow that which in the normal form of
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form, which he would otherwise only
    • If these Spirits with an abnormal development were not to interfere,
    • different germinal conditions. In fact, through these abnormal
    • rule the conditions of the earth, but by other abnormal spiritual
    • under the great influence of these abnormal Beings. During the whole
    • abnormal Beings; he has to pay for this when the middle third of his
    • normal Spirits of Form, — in that a descending course, a
    • up to the influences of the normal Spirits of Form, all that happens
    • state. Through the abnormal Beings man was compelled to descend here
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    • namely, that in a race a normal and abnormal Spirit of Form must so
    • going through his normal evolution and another Archangel-spirit who
    • is going through an abnormal one must act together, — that has
    • of the North. Now the first thing he will say of it is: ‘Here
    • the primeval past, when the Alps were not yet there, but to the North
    • into it by the normal Spirits of Form, that being their fundamental
    • mission. Then the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are in reality
    • the normal and abnormal Spirits of the Age weave into it the
    • historical evolution, and the Archangels, both of normal and abnormal
    • astral world, what we call the abnormal Spirits of Form, who, if they
    • had attained their normal evolution, would be weaving from without. We
    • normal angels among those who surge and weave in the spiritual
    • The abnormal Spirits of Form who are really
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    • be called the cooperation of the abnormal and the normal Spirits of
    • normal Spirits of Form would have been necessary. These are the same
    • really recognize seven of these normal Spirits of Form in the entire
    • normal Spirits of Form are active, those Beings who, as described in
    • abnormal Spirits of Form should not by their activity produce too
    • the simultaneous activity of the abnormal Spirits of
    • had decided to remain behind, the normal Spirits of Form had to
    • activities of these normal Spirits of Form, it is best to think of
    • obtain an idea of the abnormal Spirits of Form, and of how they act
    • in combination with the normal Spirits of Form, who are centered in
    • normal Spirits of Form, is altered by the force that streams to us
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are really Spirits of Motion.
    • these others, the abnormal Spirits of Form, in Saturn, Jupiter, Mars,
    • distribution of the normal and the abnormal Spirits of Form. Six of
    • the normal Spirits of Form are centered in Sun, one of them —
    • normal Spirits of Form, then nothing would come into existence on
    • normal ‘ I ’, that which gives man his normal
    • only the normal, but also that which intermingles in the normal
    • forces of the Elohim, in the normal forces of the Spirits of Form,
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    • in normal and abnormal development organize the races.
    • worked on for a long time, whilst the people lying to the north of
    • particular people was lifted out of normal evolution and had a
    • phenomena. The Semitic people has the task of ignoring all plurality
    • Spirit were also spread far up towards the north-east of Europe. They
    • a long time even in the Middle Ages, in Central and Northern Europe
    • Those of you who dwell in the North will be interested
    • that Archangel work, who was once upon a time sent up to Norway with
    • the northern, the Scandinavian peoples, and from whom the various
    • Northern Europe — received their inspirations? In the world
    • that which was first of all given to the Archangel of the Northern
    • exalted Spirits who extended their mission to Northern and Western
    • sent up here to the North, the primal tendencies which have retained
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    • the Germanic Scandinavian peoples. That which in the Northern peoples
    • Archangels, both normal and abnormal, played a part in the human soul
    • forces which were bestowed upon it by the normal and abnormal Angels
    • abnormal Archangels, as one of the great Renouncers of antiquity, who
    • the souls of the Germanic and Northern peoples with languages is thus
    • belonging more to the normal side, so to speak. To the abnormal side
    • itself at an abnormal stage of evolution, where it is present even
    • be intimately related to an abnormal Archangel. Odin is not perceived
    • as an abnormal Archangel, but rather as one whose remaining behind is
    • very advanced if he had evolved himself normally further, but who
    • of his breath. This the Northern man perceived as unity. Just as that
    • present day, but it was still an astral one to the Germanic Norseman.
    • North, out of the cool domain of the spirit, are woven the thoughts
    • beings. Then the man of the North understands how the later
    • I only wanted to-day to give an idea of how the Northern
    • of evolution, and how the Northern man looked into the Folk-soul,
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    • form. Because the Northman could then see the reality, he saw that
    • North it was principally the Fenris Wolf. This second animal is
    • light, i.e., the truth, appeared darkened to the old Northman, he
    • then spoke of a wolf. That goes through the whole Northern
    • slaying of Balder. This is felt by the Northman as the gradual loss
    • of the Balder-powers, the vision into the Northern Germanic world.
    • Thus the Northman felt the disappearance of his clairvoyance as
    • while it was still preserved in the North. Only very gradually,
    • vanishing.’ This only disappeared from the North when the
    • was not possible in Northern lands to feel, as did the men in Asia
    • Minor, the words, ‘Change your attitude, repent, for the
    • North, and they only knew from memory that the spiritual world had
    • once been accessible. Hence in Asia Minor one could well understand
    • The Initiates of the Northmen made them understand that
    • the Esoteric School, makes that clear, particularly to the Northman,
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    • Mit der Germanisch-Nordischen Mythologie.
    • The Northman still felt thus about them, at a time when to the
    • was to be the donor of the ‘ I ’ to the other
    • West and the North have the task, under the guidance of their
    • and Northern Germanic peoples. It worked among these souls as an
    • contains in pure concepts that which the Northman still saw as
    • old Northern peoples from the spiritual world, down to this
    • in it you have the mission of the Northern Germanic peoples in
    • the north of Greenland, encircling it and then, flowing over to the
    • Northern and Eastern Europe. I wished to give you an indication of
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    • times developed in these Northern parts. Hence in the Sagas of the
    • Especially here in the North, in the Finnish traditions, was the
    • earthly body itself, and which Northern tradition knows as Riesenheim
    • the North were once upon a time specially beloved gods, were thought
    • northern people by means of these pictures, really comes from the
    • guiding Archangel or Folk-spirit of the North, of the old education
    • day, yet the Archangel of the Germanic North has within him this
    • in the Germanic North the best conditions are to be found for the
    • Hungary, Poland, Germany, France, Italy, and northern Africa. All
    • come in. And what that is, is, however, known to Germanic Norse
    • belongs to us all in Northern and Central Europe, will again stand
    • Norse mythology. When we feel ourselves to be related to this figure
    • accomplished. Those Northern Germanic peoples will best be able to
    • must be decisive for us. We shall bring neither Orientalism nor
    • Anthroposophy, and if we are to find in the world of Northern
    • beginnings. We do not look into that past, nor are we guided by it.
    • be limited and narrowed by Eastern traditions, nor be colored by the
    • the Scandinavian North. Many have expressed that feeling. It is a
    • seeing friends also from the North among us. It would be a bad thing
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    • Sun and old Moon, man had nothing mineral within him at all. Nor was his
    • clairvoyant vision. Nor was man deprived of this faculty by the separation of
    • concern itself with them; it ignores their existence. And it is this which will
    • and leaving the rest of their fellow-beings in a state of ignorance. But the
    • knowledge, nor can they get anywhere near the being of man. Hence the body of
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    • writer Blavatsky or of Annie Besant, nor did I take them particularly
    • just in the north-western corner of Switzerland.
    • learned and ignorant alike, believed that the earth stood still in the
    • science has something to do with the ancient Gnosis quite ignores the
    • domain which cannot be perceived with outer physical senses, nor
    • man's acquiring certain abnormal faculties, and the natural scientist
    • are only due to the fact that the otherwise normal nervous system and
    • brain have become abnormal and diseased. In every case in which the
    • spirit and soul; they have nothing to do with changes in the body, nor
    • characteristic feature of an abnormal or diseased soul-life? If some
    • dulled, abnormal consciousness. It will never be possible to say, when
    • observing an abnormal and unhealthy condition of soul, “The
    • abnormal.
    • that as a normal human being he is all the time standing by. The
    • from out of ordinary normal soul-life, but by the side of
    • his normal soul-functions and his ordinary intellect, which remains
    • completely normal. The man, if he is a true spiritual investigator,
    • remains a normal human being, in spite of the fact that he has left his
    • present beside the hypnotised one; the person with a normal soul-life
    • is not present beside the one who is developing an abnormal soul-life.
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    • times, in Middle, Northern and Western Europe, we are struck by the
    • it is true, of any external, material reality nor of any historical
    • Nor was any distinction made between
    • in themselves with the time of entry into the darkness of ignorance.
    • a doctor to become ignorant in August and September — if I may
    • became ignorant for a certain time every year.
    • allied himself with ignorance, with nescience. The Christmas thought
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    • space, the same world, in which we normally move and hold converse;
    • painter; nor did he regard himself as sufficiently prepared for his
    • like the North and South Poles — the Sibyls inspired by the
    • Painting nor sculpture now can lull to rest
    • Painting nor sculpture now can lull to rest
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    • science, but with the normally progressing nature-spirits which —
    • Beings who work for his good, the normally evolving Beings of the
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    • earthly lives nor of the fact that in spite of the full reality of
    • more. The spiritual aspect of history is ignored and when anyone
    • courage to apply these truths neither in practical life nor even in
    • Europe and in Northern Africa. And of these two categories of souls,
    • were living in Asia, in Asia Minor and in Africa about the time of
    • but abstractions when their spiritual foundations are ignored.
    • alone, nor from a study of the blood flowing through the generations.
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    • fact, it is possible to ignore the devil; it is possible not to see
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    • back to conditions which were normal in the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch.
    • world conception are allowed, as it were, to run inorganically side
    • by side. Consider how inorganic and disunited are in many cases a
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    • prefers to remain in ignorance of what is penetrating mankind through
    • line. Science ignores how far the form in which the animal appears in
    • nor can I attain life-spirit in my ether body or spirit-man in my
    • have to be the normal thing for a man to say: “I see the human
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    • a familiar everyday experience. Normally, man takes nourishment, and
    • that we have to examine the inorganic processes in Nature in
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    • pathological, or at any rate abnormal, out of the common.
    • reactions, nor of a penetrating intellect, but impelled by the
    • nor close our eyes to the condition of evolution, because this is an
    • and that we must have different concepts. But out of ignorance or
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    • normal human being today did not yet exist. Though he did not express it,
    • whole rhythm of the normal breathing. In this way the breathing
    • we are normally unaware because the breathing remains
    • In normal consciousness
    • normal consciousness. The result of the changed relationship of the
    • the magnetic needle always points north-south. Therefore, on earth the
    • north-south direction means something special, for the manifestation of
    • reacts to it. Thus, the north-south direction has a special quality. By
    • suppression of the normal function of the physical body through inflicting
    • In normal life the
    • body is robust and fit for dealing with external life, as is normally
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    • neither in Agriculture nor in any other sphere.
    • points with one end approximately to the North, and with the other to
    • to the one end of the Earth the magnetic North Pole, and to the other
    • the periodicity of the Sun-spots does not begin when they begin, nor
    • oxygen, which constitutes 47-48%. Thus an enormous quantity of
    • itself in abnormal conditions of the senses is influenced in a
    • abnormal. The cereals would look very queer indeed. Their stems would
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    • of Nature wherein nitrogen is working, nor can they do so, so long as
    • around him slightly poorer in nitrogen than it is in normal life. If
    • the normal process of waking consciousness. A little more carbon
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    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years, and the harmful
    • above this normal level of the district will show a special
    • inorganic mineral earth with fruitful humus-substance, or with any waste
    • what is inorganic in the earthy element.
    • — neither too feebly, nor too intensely. It will have a wonderful
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    • this common life — common to the Earth and all plant-growth—nor
    • the room is dirty. Nor should we clean the room by thinking out devices
    • well in modern times to treat the manure in various ways with inorganic
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • time. It loses it very slowly, therefore we do not notice it. Nor must
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    • pay the penalty for their ignorance. Indeed, in many regions of the
    • civilised world a heavy penalty has been paid for this ignorance of
    • the cosmic influences — ignorance both of the cosmic influence
    • as to intensify the normal vitality of the Earth, which is still just
    • should normally be going on in the region of the leaves is pressed downward,
    • Above and beneath this level you can no longer live. Nor can the nematode.
    • It cannot live if the earth is not there, nor can it live unless the
    • the cosmic element which normally makes itself felt only in the Earth's
    • something highly abnormal. To recognise its nature, we might equally
    • nor can we put it to any other use. It was not so in former ages. Time
    • that which is normally treated by water to bring about fertility in
    • abnormal processes which occur as plant-diseases are not diseases in
    • the physical through the ethereal. There is a certain normal condition.
    • (or with any one of its organs) than it should normally be. In such
    • — plant-life would grow upon it, developing normally up to the
    • the Moon's influence being normal. It must not be too intense.
    • afterwards see the same for animal growth — animal normalities
    • and abnormalities). To get the growth-processes in hand — that
    • itself for the causes of its always turning northward — would
    • Earth and assign to it a magnetic North Pole and a magnetic South. The
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    • will not become good labouring animals, nor milk-, nor fattening animals.
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    • north side; here he reads the Message. This signifies that
    • man in the first race, the Polarian, was in the north, and
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    • the inorganic world.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • inorganic world and seeking the balance.
    • himself into the inorganic world and seeks
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    • developed must therefore be torn away from the normally progressive
    • to the true and genuine Sons of the Gods who bring forward normal evolution,
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    • Thus it is neither speculation, nor a system of thought that has led
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    • this. Suppose someone has an abnormally developed eye, for example.
    • that was nothing other than something called forth by his abnormal
    • normal for everyday life and also for ordinary science. Only from
    • observation, which can be compared to abnormally developed sense
    • like. That objections from this side rest on ignorance of the facts
    • self-love. Why does the abnormal soul life, which arrives at visions,
    • ordinary world with an abnormal soul life, his self-love becomes so
    • confronts error, one is dealing with something that must be ignored,
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    • though he has awakened from the normal condition of existence, and,
    • in the physical body, the taking in of it, that normally takes place
    • functions in man. We discover something that is normally not known
    • present times? If we ignore what men believed in early stages of
    • history; if we ignore this, we can say that people nowadays regard
    • nor a damping down of the will that works in practical life, but is
    • to the mechanisation of the spirit as it has hitherto, nor to the
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    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • a normal elemental way flows into man as inhabitant of the Earth,
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    • is so enormous, so incisive — there is (to put it mildly) so
    • by this necessary ignorance regarding ‘the thing in
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the man of Middle European nor was it so in the ancient
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    • see with eyes nor hear with ears; pictures that were not
    • maya, illusion, unreality. Nor could souls have endured such
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    • incarnated, nor can he incarnate, in a physical body. But instead he
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • ignored; the definite directions — vertical, horizontal and
    • applicable to external nature; in the first place, to inorganic,
    • mathematicians nor philosophers have paid attention to this peculiar
    • to-day has the same space-world — unless he be abnormally
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    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • Mystery colonies of Egypt, North Africa and Ireland as a preparation
    • the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, is now moving to the Pacific.
    • The culture of the countries situated round the North Sea has
    • from the North Sea to the Pacific.
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    • Gods in a spiritual way. Nor did they receive these teachings in
    • operations of the intellect alone. Nor has he yet relinquished
    • Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, influenced instinctively as he
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • Norwegian poem that speaks of Olaf Asteson, “the Son of the
    • finally what we call the Spirit-land. The Norwegian legend relates
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    • materialists is to ignore the concrete results of spiritual science
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    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • sense of country as among the Greeks and Romans, nor in a
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
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    • normally confronts the physical world. He came to
    • normally only in sleep. Ordinarily, when he is with the
    • gradually. We know that there was in ancient times the normal
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    • cosmic origin is not taken into account; nor can the limb-man
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    • Northern and Middle Europe. During the season following the
    • that time in Northern Hungary. It came to his knowledge that
    • transcend the normal standards of the present age. Such Plays
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    • the idea of reincarnation neither from ancient tradition, nor from
    • In normal human life to-day
    • clairvoyant faculties that were normal in the soul of prehistoric
    • regions lying north of the lands where men looked back with sorrow to
    • existence gives us no understanding of suffering, nor can we release
    • nor is thirst for existence responsible for his present state. He is
    • knowledge could not assimilate all the facts nor could his mind gauge
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    • in the form of disease, nor to support the modern superstitions that
    • — where there are so many deviations from the so-called normal
    • is wrong. In this case, thought about the body of men in its normal
    • and abnormal conditions is wholly materialistic.
    • systems of the human being. But because people are quite ignorant of
    • Spirit acts in a normal heart, is also able to discover in the
    • being at some period of his life and which are normally bound up with
    • deviation from the so-called “normal life of soul”
    • abnormal conditions of soul are but the symptoms. Again and again it
    • human being. But it is only possible to understand abnormal
    • an abnormal soul-life must inevitably express itself in an abnormal
    • bodily life, although the abnormality may, to begin with, be hidden
    • normal either to the side of morbid dreaming or the reverse. Here we
    • which the abnormal attitude of human beings to waking and sleeping
    • human being. ... It is, of course, not the laity nor the amateurs who
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    • existence, nor is he yet in the conditions of equilibrium of his
    • Nor is this confined by any means to the organs of speech and song
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    • impresses us — that the concept of time plays a very minor role.
    • this, nor did Clemens of Alexandria. They did not know about the
    • normal progress of evolution was changed. Thus we are faced,
    • however, that must not be ignored. Of course, we must be able to
    • This is natural, but we must not ignore this: We must investigate, at
    • Oslo, Norway, June 2–12, 1912,
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • side by side, without any intermediary. Nor is there any possibility
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • as the remains of prehistoric organic beings. Nor is it difficult to
    • Goethe already points out that in the last resort neither fire-action nor
    • are in full concord. If you ignore those popular works which declare
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • present by itself, nor willing by itself, there is always a
    • At the moment however we are speaking of normal human beings. Such people,
    • prejudice the normal course of a dream. I grant you, the ordinary
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    • in an ancient Greek theatre, but not in an enormous circus-like hall.
    • Asia — with the exception of regions in Asia Minor — are
    • an enormous amount for it. How did she do this? Was it by forming the
    • every normally thinking person will look upon the cultivation
    • ignorant! Otherwise the decree would go forth: ‘no one must
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • Imagine this breath of enchantment enormously enhanced — and
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • fire nor air should be sought in the world of reality, but sacrifice,
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • significance death is neither more nor less than the attribute of the
    • Neither with respect to the beings below man in rank, nor to those
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • the cause of this terrible world war. Nor can it be said that
    • way and the world of the spirit cannot be ignored with
    • that the spirits will put up with being ignored. You may
    • spirits take their revenge if they are ignored here on earth.
    • revenge of the spirits who have been ignored for too
    • inactive, neither Ahriman nor Lucifer have access to it. But
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    • merely look at it the way in which it normally comes to
    • occasions — they are not our true motives. Nor are the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • opinion and those who hold it react to these truths; nor do
    • physical nature, nor by social and traditional prejudices. We
    • does offer enormous opportunities for a kind of lazy outsider
    • by groups of people who have to be ignored — for our
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    • ignore today, for these go against the good life they want.
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    • nor penetrate the whole body. We must see ourselves as
    • nature, for philistines always like to stick to the norm.
    • abnormal. But this will not help us to understand the world
    • past — today they are still in the minority. Their
    • game, nor just a theory; it is a task that must be faced for
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    • nor the kind of nebulous ether people sometimes like to
    • abstract, and the difference is enormous. If you get up
    • organs which are normally called the organs of his lower
    • merely reflecting, nor is something conveyed through their
    • associating with the gods; their heads do not normally know
    • use the powers of the normal intellect to reflect on the
    • a modern philosopher, your normal kind of university
    • in question therefore demonstrated his colossal ignorance
    • twentieth century. It is important to realize this. Nor was
    • revealed by the way people present themselves, nor by the way
    • in their mouths nor thumbing their noses at people. They will
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    • kilogram or whatever. Having made enormous efforts and slowly
    • nevertheless leave me with this impression. I have enormous
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    • material world, for the physical world ignores them, and they
    • applied to the dead, inorganic mineral world. If philosophers
    • inorganic world. The concepts developed in modern science
    • apply only to the inorganic world, but people are all the
    • but he ignores the fact that eternity, infinity, lives in
    • as much as the whole inorganic world taken together!
    • understand the enormous extent to which our whole ideology
    • Yes, it is easy to laugh afterwards, when reality has ignored
    • enormous difference in this respect between the West and the
    • cast a light on the enormous contrast between West and East?
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    • The instance I have given concerns only a minor matter in
    • people today: prejudice, ignorance and fear of the life of
    • it their business to foster prejudice, ignorance and fear of
    • Copernican view, and so on. Ignorance in this respect was
    • actively promoted, and gave an enormous boost to the
    • You can do no better service for Ahriman than to ignore the
    • scientific view or to fight it out of ignorance. Uninformed
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    • to do with Lucifer, nor with Ahriman.’ I have often
    • not Darwinism which is the problem, nor Goetheanism, but the
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    • approach will normally give the wrong result, because the
    • spiritualism would have spread enormously. For spiritualism
    • books on the abnormalities of certain men of genius. As you
    • certain abnormalities. And the most astounding thing in this
    • mentally and psychologically abnormal; this individual went
    • seem to be a minor one. It is something I also mentioned last year.
    • nor did he speak about it in the 50s, 60s and 70s. He only
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    • am referring to the Angels of Light, the normal Angels
    • possible. If matters went entirely according to the normal
    • The enormous
    • blood, but so are the abnormal spirits which oppose them.
    • and Angels. The normal spirits, the spirits of light, want to
    • self-awareness. It is therefore the intention of the normal
    • But if you ignore the driver, you will find it interesting to
    • emotions, nor the will and, above all, not the will impulses.
    • but not the emotions, nor the will impulses. This is strange
    • to avoid any form of allegory, nor should you speak of
    • something whilst awake, he would simply be ignored. It is the
    • And if anyone should wake up they are simply ignored.
    • of course, been ignored. It does, however, raise issues which
    • is awake and sees the truth, are ignored. It is, of course,
    • follower of parliamentarianism, nor of democracy. He predicts
    • mentally unhinged minority. He knows that something else will
    • important, however, not to ignore these people. Apart from my
  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • idag holde oss til menneskets normale utvikling og må da
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    • not so, we should not have our modern theory of evolution. Normal methods
    • beyond this, are ignored.
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    • sequence the flashing up of the normal day-consciousness and its
    • different. During the day, through our normal consciousness, we wear
    • movement is such that when the Earth-spirits depart from the north
    • prefer to ignore them. But it is a duty and a necessity to call
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    • only a small minority who read such writings, but that is not
    • it is ignorant of some of the actual facts connected with
    • manner; — no longer as normal forces of human nature
    • Hence, all that proceeded from their blank ignorance was
    • be preserved from such physical manipulations as are normally
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    • arise on the Earth — neither the germ of a plant, nor
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • any problem of death, nor experience any terror of death.
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • through some abnormal conditions, through — one can really
    • say — abnormal PATHOLOGICAL conditions. Such cases
    • “second sight” works, and that under certain abnormal
    • proceed from any abnormal phenomena (the two last lectures proved
    • this), but from completely normal conditions of human life, which
    • require above all an intensive observation of normal life; we
    • normally live.
    • require above all an intensive observation of normal life; we
    • normally live.
    • for nor against Anthroposophy, but then he makes a remark which
    • the author is neither an opponent nor a follower. I must confess
    • obliged to establish a connection with altogether normal and
    • completely normal human experiences, to have a good knowledge of
    • ordinary normal experience, which falls out of what one likes to
    • completely normal questions of life cannot be approached with the
    • mean to be irreverent, nor do I destroy any ideal through lack of
    • to gain insight into the normal act of falling asleep, with the
    • insight into completely normal processes, such as sleeping and
    • by some abnormal conditions. This may be due to some illness of
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    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das Fest der Erscheinung
    • Norse and Middle European Spiritual Impulses.
    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das
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    • the physical and etheric bodies, as is normally the case, the
    • direction exercises its influence, a direction which is normally
    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
    • — let us say — a normal sense of smell. With a normal
    • if he has an abnormal sense for any smelling object in his
    • ignorantly confused and nebulous way, will be understood in
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • ease, through indolence. Yet people prefer to ignore these
    • things, which should not be ignored, for to the extent in which
    • they are ignored, people will lose the possibility to experience
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    • represented in the cradle nor in the manger, but when the sleeping
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    • beverages, nor were they permitted — which could well happen
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    • different from the normal consciousness of to-day.
    • states, or rather clairvoyant states, in normal human life. Primeval
    • is locked against the normal consciousness of man, but this was not
    • far transcending the normal consciousness of the age. In that part of
    • worlds — regions lying far above the normal
    • of Zarathustra lies to the North of the land from which the great
    • of the soul above their normal level so that we may pass from the
    • Vedic songs and in the Zarathustrian civilisation to the North. All
    • progress of culture in Asia Minor, down to later times among the
    • conduct of life laid down by Zarathustra leads man above all minor
    • Egyptians from whom he learnt Geometry, nor among the Phoenicians
    • from whom he learnt Arithmetic, nor among the Chaldeans from whom he
    • Ahura Mazdao says to me. And he who hears not my words nor
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    • “I.” Neither the butterfly nor even the higher animal can
    • into account! The professor ignores all this and enters his dark room
    • no interest in a pensioner nor has further use for him beyond paying his
    • the next cell he explained that this patient suffered from abnormal
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    • normal health we have no conscious perception of our internal organs. We
  • Title: Conferencia: La Comunión Espiritual de la Humanidad
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    • del norte y del oeste, nos llama la atención el hecho de que eran
    • ignorantes (nescient: ausencia de ciencia) de nuevo”.
    • Sabiduría, y posteriormente, pasar a un estado de ignorancia
    • de la ignorancia.
    • que un médico fuese ignorante en Agosto y Septiembre — si se
    • convertían en ignorantes durante un cierto tiempo cada
    • alió con la ignorancia, con la nesciencia. El pensamiento de
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    • have described. Nor would there rise up from the depths of our will
    • described; nor would he ever in the waking state come to a feeling of
    • in an abnormal sleep. They think that their soul is not outside the body
    • connection with the stars. Nor would we be able to think intelligently
    • corresponding abnormalities. If such cases are looked into with real
    • evolution will consist in this, that he will be conscious in normal life
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • as being perfectly certain. To-day neither Haeckel's nor
    • neither the former nor the latter doubted the sentence:
    • their opposite sympathies during the North-American Civil War. I
    • inorganic forms. Our hiatus in the evolution of nature has been
    • faith.” Once upon a time inorganic particles of matter by
    • of his theories, nor does the professor of Chemistry, and so
    • inorganic nature physical and chemical elements and forces do
    • ignorance as to chemical laws has nothing to do with us; study
    • not importune the world with the result of his ignorance,
    • conception of his true being, he knows nothing of its origin nor
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    • itself, since it takes up inorganic lifeless matter. This can
    • products: inorganic bark surrounds the tree.” In the
    • occasioned through the organism nor through the life-process,
    • cannot organise these into ourselves nor really carry them
    • that there is a time in the normal life of man to-day, of
    • earliest childhood. In the normal life of to-day man
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    • him here if he possesses only his normal powers of
    • Francesco Redi who first said that no worm nor fish issues
    • away from the normal human being of today the super physical,
    • out of nothing, so can a man who is ignorant of the spirit,
    • enormously profound meaning for the soul. Before the soul
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    • Around the wearied body; nor did I neglect
    • shepherds from the hills. Nor does he stand within human
    • neither wisdom, nor power — but love. To bring love
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    • nor the meaning it had even in the time of Galileo and
    • think that he can afford to ignore the phenomena, that he can
    • see behind the material veil with our normal consciousness:
    • says: — Man, with his normal consciousness, stands
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    • in spite of the enormous extensions which they have undergone
    • they cannot be spiritual powers, nor can they become active.
    • contemplation of Goethe, not the repetition of his words, nor
    • nothing mediaeval in its character, nor anything merely
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • increase enormously self-knowledge on entering the spiritual
    • mingle them with objective cognition, nor bring unrelated
    • and the ignorant, spiritual insufficiencies for results of
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • not even that. Nor must you imagine that the position then
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • quite ignorant of their home country — for
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • nor will there be any other perspective than that the
    • to themselves, while other men remain stupid, ignorant of
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    • the facts express himself. But one who is ignorant of the facts
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • was divined in the influences streaming from the cooler North.
    • The influence of the cooler North, the descent of the Ego into
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • in Norway and I should like to say briefly, in response to the
    • place in the north of Europe to some other place; he will be able to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • Normal and abnormal
    • Switzerland it is different from Italy and again different in Norway,
    • are largely ignored, and it rarely leads to a change of attitude to
    • multiplicity of types we meet with in Russia, Norway and Germany. The
    • was their normal stage of evolution.
    • stage they have not reached their normal rank. They retain the
    • other sphere for their activity than that in which the normal Folk
    • Archangel stage in the normal way and those who ought to have reached
    • normal Spirits of Form, work in the ‘I’, work from the
    • in the world. If certain Beings had not renounced their normal stage
    • namely, the Archangels who have followed a normal development and
    • normally become Spirits of Personality during our Earth-existence,
    • normally have, i.e. they do not “intuit” in the manner of
    • Spirits of the Age at their normal stage of development are the true
    • relationship between the normal Archangels who determine national
    • then able to follow the way in which the normal Folk Spirits work and
    • into the thoughts of man. Within man there are not only normal and
    • abnormal Archangels, but also the Archangels in contrast to the
    • abnormal Spirits of Personality who from within determine the pattern
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    • turn our attention to the inner life of the normal Folk Spirits,
    • the normal Folk Spirits, we distinguish three modifications of the
    • the inner life of the Folk Spirits. In the normal life of man such
    • mathematics. These truths are the normal experiences both of man and
    • the Folk Spirits? All experiences of the Sentient Soul, the normal
    • influence of the abnormal Archangels, the Spirits of language, as I
    • described yesterday. We have also described how the abnormal Spirits
    • Archangels are also able to work into the sphere of the abnormal
    • Archangels with the abnormal Spirits of Personality — since the
    • When this occurs, when these abnormal Spirits of Personality thwart
    • illustrates the interplay of the abnormal Spirits of Personality with
    • may also take the other case where not the abnormal Spirit of
    • Personality, but the normal, Spirit of Personality expressing himself
    • importance than would normally follow from the ordinary course of
    • than they normally display. The harmony which had prevailed hitherto
    • Age. Then a normal and abnormal Archangel have the opportunity to
    • under the guidance of their own normal and abnormal Archangels. And
    • have already spoken of the normal and abnormal Archangels. The
    • abnormal Archangels have shown themselves to be, in reality, Spirits
    • of the normal Spirits of Form? The normal Spirits of Form are four
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    • should renounce the normal course of their evolution and remain
    • in a way that would have been impossible in the normal course of
    • ourselves how man would fare if the normal Spirits alone were
    • predominantly active in him, we shall find that they are the donors
    • body that normally belongs to the Old Moon epoch. And again the
    • normal Spirits of Form show no interest. The three life-periods,
    • the normal developmental stage of twenty or thereabouts.
    • say that the Spirits of Form who have developed normally would far
    • awaken to ego-consciousness. If he followed the normal course of
    • normally up to the stage of their Earth-evolution Beings who might
    • the ego-consciousness that would normally be his only around the age
    • of twenty. Hence the abnormal Spirits of Form endow man with
    • evolution had followed its normal course. If these abnormal Spirits
    • embryonic development. Indeed through these abnormal Spirits of Form,
    • other abnormal spiritual Beings. And because these abnormal Beings
    • influence of these abnormal Beings. In the course of his whole
    • development man is subject to the influence of these abnormal Beings.
    • of life which is under the influence of normal Spirits of Form only,
    • man had been wholly subject to the influence of the normal Spirits of
    • last third of his life in a spiritualized state. Through the abnormal
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    • product of the cooperative activity of a normal and abnormal Spirit
    • of Form, and a people the product of a normal and abnormal Archangel;
    • normal perception of Nature and the Spirit man knows only the realm
    • landscape of Norway. His first impression will be of a rocky expanse
    • the Alpine Massif did not as yet exist, but to the North and West
    • if we take a man of the present day and ignore for the moment his
    • threads are woven by the normal Spirits of Form, for that is their
    • fundamental mission. Then the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are in
    • creates the different races. Then the normal and abnormal Time
    • Spirits weave into it the historical evolution, and the normal and
    • abnormal Archangels the evolution of the individual peoples and
    • the astral plane, the Beings normally working from the depths,
    • astral world we find the abnormal Spirits of Form who, if they had
    • fulfilled their normal evolution, would be working from without. The
    • first to become visible on the astral plane, even before the normal
    • Cherubim: the Sylphs; the Seraphim: the Salamanders. The abnormal
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    • clearer understanding of the cooperation between the normal and
    • abnormal Spirits of Form, a cooperation which ensures that the
    • Earth-evolution, it would have been necessary for the normal Spirits
    • we can distinguish seven of these normal Spirits of Form. There are
    • wish to find in the Cosmos the sphere of activity of the normal
    • activity of the abnormal Spirits of Form should provoke too great a
    • lest the simultaneous activity of the abnormal Spirits of Form, who
    • normal Spirits of Form were obliged to modify their activity by
    • we wish to have a clear idea of the activities of these normal
    • in the sunlight. If, however, we wish to understand how the abnormal
    • Spirits of Form cooperate with the normal Spirits of Form who are
    • normal Spirits of Form is modified by the force that rays down to us
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form who are really Spirits of Movement.
    • distribution of the normal and abnormal Spirits of Form. Six of the
    • normal Spirits of Form are centred in the Sun and one of them, Jahve
    • of the abnormal Spirits stream down upon the Earth are arrested by
    • if the Elohim or normal Spirits of Form, operating from the Sun, are
    • the normal ‘I’, that which determines man's normal
    • with these forces of the normal Spirits of Form which, but for the
    • the Spirits of Form, there dance and vibrate not only the normal
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    • normal and abnormal Spirits of Form they cooperate to organize the
    • on for a long time, whilst the people lying to the North of ancient
    • people was singled out from the normal course of evolution for
    • extending far into the North East of Europe. They were guided by an
    • Central and Northern Europe was chiefly in the hands of the
    • that Archangel take who was once upon a time sent to Norway with the
    • Nordic peoples, the Scandinavian peoples, and from whom the various
    • Northern Europe, received their inspirations? In the eyes of the
    • Grail. The Archangel of the Northern peoples first received his
    • were sent on their several missions to Northern and Western Europe.
    • that this Norse mythology depicts the native predisposition of the
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    • development of Germanic-Nordic history and the spiritual impulses
    • at a higher stage than the Germanic-Nordic peoples. The working of
    • the Angels and the Archangels in the human soul which the Northern
    • normal and abnormal, in the human soul was known to the Greeks. They
    • account the influence of special forces, nor understand the
    • the various forces which were bestowed upon it by the normal and
    • abnormal Angels and Archangels, this had to be experienced by the
    • Nordic man perceived the figures of the Gods, the divine Beings
    • Odin? Who or what was he? In what form did Nordic man learn to love
    • abnormal Archangels, as one of the great figures of renunciation in
    • Nordic ma experienced the activity of Odin at a time when he was
    • normal line. In Vili and Ve, on the other hand, we have Archangels of
    • abnormal development. They are Beings who work more in the inner
    • lecture. But an ego which is itself at an abnormal stage of evolution
    • human soul, feels itself to be intimately related to an abnormal
    • Archangel. Odin, therefore, is not regarded as an abnormal Archangel,
    • the Archangels are communicated to that ego. Hence Germanic-Nordic
    • followed the normal course of evolution, but who renounced
    • understanding of these individual Gods. Germanic-Nordic man perceived
    • breath. This Nordic man perceived as a unity. Just as that which
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    • are not heeded at all, nor is this difference noted in external
    • in Teutonic mythology. As Nordic man was still clairvoyant, he really
    • active being in the world. With his clairvoyance Nordic man felt
    • solid and reliant and is determined to act independently. Nordic man
    • remarkably iridescent form. Because Nordic man could perceive the
    • that which has no validity there. To Nordic man who lived more on the
    • North it was chiefly the Fenris Wolf. This second animal is Loki's
    • wolf. This permeates the whole of Nordic consciousness and you will
    • wolf in pursuit of the Sun. The old imaginative Nordic man sees these
    • Nordic man was not only aware of Loki, of the Luciferic influence,
    • normally alternate between waking and sleeping. When he gazed into
    • Baldur. This is felt by Nordic man as the gradual extinction of the
    • in the loss of clairvoyance, Nordic man felt that by the death of
    • the rest of Europe still survived in the North. Only slowly, step by
    • however, still a few who were able to perceive directly what Nordic
    • experiences were lost when Nordic man received the consolations of
    • the Northern peoples were unable to respond to the words: “Change
    • than the men of the North, and they only knew from memory that the
    • Minor could well understand the words: “Change your mental
    • Nordic man, of necessity, felt this differently; for a longer period
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • It was in this way that Nordic man experienced them at a time when
    • proper of the Northern and Germanic peoples, the Mystery teachings
    • the peoples living more towards the West and the North had, under the
    • special task of the Northern and Germanic peoples which they alone
    • Northern regions in later times, that which proceeded directly from a
    • in the form of pure concepts that which Nordic man still saw as
    • ancient Nordic peoples from the spiritual world, down to this
    • mission of the Nordic Germanic peoples in Central Europe is to ensure
    • through Baffin Bay towards the North of Greenland, encircling it.
    • us now describe the further progress of the Germanic and Nordic Folk
    • broad outlines, ignoring the details, because he is preparing himself
    • Northern and Eastern Europe. I wished to give you an indication of
    • influence, the Germanic and Nordic Folk Spirit is gradually
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    • directs and guides this country (Norway) will imbue modern philosophy
    • in former times in these Northern regions. Hence in the Sagas of the
    • descent. Especially here in the North, the Finnish tradition still
    • body of the Earth and which Northern tradition knows as Riesenheim
    • Earth belongs to Riesenheim. We realize, therefore, that Nordic man
    • watery mists of Atlantis still covered the region. Nordic man felt
    • a time specially favoured Gods of the North, had originally been
    • the mind and soul of this Northern people by means of these symbols
    • North, much of the old education through clairvoyant perception has
    • the Germanic North had within him this tendency, and thanks to this
    • Hungary, Poland, Germany, France, Italy and North Africa. Everywhere
    • the Northern mythology flourished.
    • which proceeds from the Midgard Snake. This is depicted in Nordic
    • given to man again. Vidar who is part of the heritage of Northern and
    • members of the Nordic peoples who feel within them the elemental and
    • discover in the realm of the Nordic and Germanic Archangels a source
    • circumscribed by Eastern traditions, nor be coloured by the dogmas of
    • people assembled here. Those, not of Norse extraction, who have come
    • feel in their relations with the people of the Scandinavian North. It
    • from Norway amongst us. It would be disastrous for Spiritual Science
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • ignorance about all these things. Men had to build up, to
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    • of the regular, normal course of natural events, events which can be
    • the marvellous bow with its seven colours ... we will ignore all
    • to say, to pay attention only to what his astral body is. The normal
    • man does not do that. The normal man experiences the interworking of
    • time, arises from the fact that the normal man, when aware of
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
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    • those who were the leaders of mankind were not normal men, but Beings
    • spiritual guidance of those normally developed Beings, he would push
    • ignore the Beings who at that time were Luciferic Angels, and turn
    • our attention to the normal Angels, those who during the
    • advance. During that epoch some of them reached the normal goal of
    • their normal development on the Moon and thus entered into the
    • Beings who were still in the line of normal development during the
    • really an enormous difference between these two classes of Angels.
    • souls nor the souls of the Beings of the higher hierarchies will
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    • plane, in the physical world. We will for the present ignore the
    • nor in any way perceptible to any faculty for acquiring knowledge of
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • consider the ego, observed not with clairvoyant but with normal
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • acquired his present ego-consciousness it was normal for him to have
    • to stand before a normal human consciousness of today ... the man
    • which no man endowed with normal consciousness can see in more than
    • so to say, what only meets the eye for normal physical consciousness
    • bodies, nor is he the ego-man, but a compromise between the two,
    • the wonderful Greek mythology, there we shall find the normal,
    • soul. Neither Haeckelism nor any other branch of Darwinism, nor the
    • it ignores the wondrous script of spiritual geology which comes
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    • now say that he must renounce normal external knowledge. Surely that
    • external world. That is the normal thing. And now imagine some
    • They have to slough off completely as it were their normal
    • common sense which goes with normal consciousness and then make use
    • relinquishing his normal consciousness no one can become a mystic. He
    • seen as mirror-images in normal consciousness, but things which
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • normal life of man if it is only viewed from the outside in its maya
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    • ignorance, as man's greatest sin. He learns to acknowledge that
    • something lies in the depths of the human soul of which the normal
    • which the normal consciousness is at first incapable of
    • must acknowledge that you cannot persist in your ignorance; you may
    • the normal consciousness today is quite unaware, and that when in the
    • In his normal
    • there are other streams which are only taken into the ordinary normal
    • ages of the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions, had entered our normal
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    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • what you normally experience as your soul-life. And it is only
    • — we have become so corrupted by materialism that we ignore the
    • taking place in us and the normal consciousness of present-day man
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    • reason can provide. If the soul feels that with the normal
    • cosmic void; nobody who takes seriously what normal modern
    • etheric body, but in normal consciousness is not experienced. Still
    • me.’ We stand there to begin with in our normal consciousness
    • and say to ourselves: ‘We do not wish this normal
    • once be plunged into the severest of them, for our normal
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    • like the genius of a Savonarola, or others like him; nor can we conceive
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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • of cosmic iron, then this cosmic iron, which carries an enormously
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    • is different from the processes we observe in their coarse inorganic
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    • formed in the normal course of Nature.
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    • exactly is it that spreads? It is not the ideas nor is it the
    • science of Christianity; nor can we say that it is the morality
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    • goes about just like a normal person, so that those with whom
    • into the past, that his normal earthly consciousness completely
    • his normal consciousness was beginning to fade and an abnormal
    • death of Jesus of Nazareth otherwise than in an abnormal state
    • Their normal consciousness faded, they sank into the
    • experienced these happenings in their normal consciousness.
    • in their normal consciousness while together in the
    • emanate from its soil. As, however, we cannot ignore them but
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    • engendered nor was conditioned by karma was spent on earth. If
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    • were not allowed to carry coins about with them nor to pass
    • possessed a house far away in Asia Minor or even farther off,
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    • Minor and Southern Europe. But at the same time his soul
    • it would neither be heard nor understood. Men have ceased to be
    • possible nor is it meet for all men to become Essenes. Hillel
    • one may of course emulate the aged Hillel and be lenient; nor
    • Germany may be ignored, for they are really too second-rate.
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    • about philosophical questions today, however, cannot ignore
    • of the inorganic sciences and of biology, and who wishes to
    • must be something abnormal about the man who is aware of his
    • functioned in its normal robust fashion. Bodily functions were
    • axis coincides with the North-South direction of the earth's
    • profound conformity to law that the abnormality is
    • inorganic into the organic realm of nature. For the inorganic,
    • from inorganic nature is proportional to the amount of
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    • so-called normal consciousness is eccentric or
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    • for the inorganic world, then the totality of the world simply
    • from inorganic to organic science until we transpose abstract
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    • as we say. Nor can we escape from this perception from within
    • of oil. He would have to place an enormous teacher out in
    • enormous individual, but rather a spiritual world, which has to
    • buried in an enormous graveyard. The most valuable things
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    • sides. All the claims normally made by political parties
    • only into inorganic, lifeless nature, but also into the forms
    • nor the child of primary school age, nor even the adolescent
    • have in our present-day social pattern an inorganic combination
    • it to life. It is enormously important to us in later years to
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    • surviving remnants of this cult have been of enormous
    • that the hordes which, mainly from Northern and Central Europe,
    • descended from the North during the Middle Ages brought with
    • enormous size, and that these achievements too were only made
    • bring healing forces to bear on a fairly normal life. Once I
    • bestow health on man in his normal state, I also know how to
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    • Their environment cannot interest them, nor what they do from
    • can learn an enormous amount when we acquaint them with the
    • must ignore these spectres that we call instinctive
    • enormous amount of good was achieved in Central Europe, as a
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    • the individual, nor that which flows from the un-sifted
    • reality, not quarried from life itself — an enormous
    • of education. Nor need anyone be afraid that authority would
    • ignorance of the true situation. Anyone who wanted to abolish
    • keep them separate. This is not the tenor of my book. I do not
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • normal perception of the outer world.
    • during waking conditions, nor by diving down into this body from outside
    • a laying hold involving desire of the physical body from without, nor
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    • This kind of perception was the normal
    • the normal perception of the outer world.
    • our body from within during waking conditions, nor by diving down
    • hold of the physical body from without, nor as enjoyment of the
    • further connection with the body other than in the [normal]
    • be enjoyed neither from within nor from without; but each must
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    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • nor Descartes took into consideration. I hare spoken of this
    • theologian, nor worker, but simply a believer; I am not
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    • of dealing with the ideas as such, nor the intention of
    • A state councilman is normally
    • individual man. This deed is to the highest degree honorable
    • Merely gazing at life doesn't do it. Nor can someone who judges
    • on the women's question or the social question, nor can someone
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    • comprehensive panorama, in which all views are revealed in their
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    • thing rouses in him neither sympathy nor antipathy, where he allows
    • say anything against this kind of soul. If a man did not have it nor
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    • become for the people of the North. In Italy he became particularly
    • stories such as were common in the North. In the Villa Borghese he
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    • the ‘music of the spheres’ is not a poetic image, nor a
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    • a point in space to which memory attaches, nor are any longer
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    • in abnormal experiences.
    • and the normal consciousness of to-day is not that the content
    • Suppose a conquering people has made its way from the North of
    • outside in Nature, nor to death in man, could the Greek adapt
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    • city in Asia Minor. Peace and happiness descended upon the city
    • no living connection with these Mysteries of Asia Minor. But
    • travelled along the Danube, following the river on its northern
    • incarnation, nor did they in those days; — into the life,
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    • the Mysteries of Ephesus in Asia Minor the pupil had to undergo
    • they were brought by Jews and Arabs through North Africa and
    • with the Earth. In these days we travel East, West, North,
    • crudely. In the direction of the North he experiences the
    • But the interplay of Moist and Cold, when one goes North-West
    • experience what is felt in the direction of North-West, in the
    • a manner as not to say: There goes the road to the North-West
    • so it was that the pupil of Aristotle pointed Northwest
    • Air-Spirits; pointed North-East and there beheld hover
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    • North-West, where the Spirits of the element of Water held
    • the North-West and so forth — but with the physical came
    • Minor, had still in her shadow-pictures the after-echo of the
    • to-morrow that it did not pass over to Rome nor to the Middle
    • academies. The academies founded in Alexandria, in Northern
    • this way continued to work for centuries in Asia Minor,
    • a spiritual Ephesus, reaching out across Asia Minor eastward to
    • for the right time of year, nor to wait until he himself had
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    • Europe through Asia Minor, Africa and Spain. It was the same
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    • anything about its own constitution. The so-called normal
    • process of Nature. If you have what is called a normal healthy
    • manner. Nor is it only such substances as cooking salt and the
    • drink becomes in me living fluid and is no longer the inorganic
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  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
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    • “Ignorabimus,” “We shall not know.”
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    • They permeate themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this
    • should not be the case. It should be normal for a man to-day when
    • with that which in the normal consciousness should be like a hammer
    • stronger than they should be in the normal evolution of mankind.
    • bridge has to be built. If only man could have a normal
    • regarded, not by Bentham himself nor by his disciples, but by those
    • as regards the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere
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    • the world ignorant of all the diversified objects it
    • interest in it. There is something unhealthy or abnormal in
    • this direction. Nor can this be otherwise at the present
    • age, met the expansion of Christianity to the north. They
    • nor gluttony, but the happy mean between these two; and this
    • of Northern and Central Europe — to consider these
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    • that Gottsched's entire demeanor corresponded little with that
    • Nor
    • especially honored whose works tended to induce a flood of
    • about which he was, of course, totally ignorant — the cell
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    • nor Fontenelle have been Fontenelle, nor Erasmus have been
    • case they would not have strained his soul so intensely, nor
    • life, not, however, as a minor, but as a major poet would do
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    • As a matter of fact, the enormously important achievements and
    • science, but to our advanced ignorance!
    • her organs, and not just in an ordinary way. In normal life, a
    • in ordinary, normal life to what is going on around him. It
    • concealed from us in normal life because it is only while we
    • experienced because there is an enormous field in science that
    • more than normal wakefulness. This was the opposite from the
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    • vacillation in life. Neither he nor those about him know why,
    • the character and demeanor of the corporeality. This is so,
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    • age into what main river the Neckar empties, nor had they even
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    • ignorance as I have indicated in my Liestal lecture
    • theologian, schoolmaster nor philologist, but one who
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    • through his medical studies as if he were in a dream, nor did
    • Greek philosopher who had hitherto been so greatly honored.
    • goodwill of the right honorable Signor Aeneas Piccolomini,
    • obligation both to the right honorable Signor Aeneas and also
    • present itself when the right honorable Aeneas, with his
    • these. I would hope to do this perhaps to the honor of myself
    • well, indeed. Even poets, noblemen, and princes honored him and
    • course of life, nor the religiousness he inherited from his
    • honor,” who intended the best within their group. But Arthur
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    • might call his normal aura, the concepts necessary for man's
    • fluidity of the concept is ignored there arises what to the
    • with normal laws there will be nothing left by the time of
    • same time with the evolution of the earth; nor anything be
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    • man maintained that there was never a Plato nor a Sophocles,
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    • knowledge today, the world outlook today is ignorant of what
    • I was describing as the normal aura, if you understand what I
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    • from them were enormous: he became a multi-millionaire. But
    • practical. Only recently, a practical man from the North said
    • normal course, corresponding to real needs?
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    • I regard it, in a way, as a matter of very minor importance,
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • positive nor negative comment here, people have tried to come
    • spirit normally has to proceed differently, especially
    • question satisfactorily, we have to ignore this continual
    • through our normal way of perception, and also feelings
    • it be the normal interplay of our mental images that is at work
    • the normal interplay, for now right and wrong ideas or images
    • different nature from what can otherwise be found by normal
    • it has in normal life and ordinary science. It has to acquire a
    • conditions that we normally only experience when we go to
    • happens when we go to sleep: our normal perceptions become
    • situation that it is a shade ahead of what is normal in
    • over evolved. Here the human being progresses beyond the norm
    • with our normal eyes, but which appears immediately when we
    • love — that is, not out of egoism, nor on the basis of
    • selfless self-knowledge, are normally fraught with prejudices.
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    • that this conclusion was really not at all stupid. Nor, judging
    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • normally call chance that two men made an historical, all
    • that has grown to such proportions today, nor anything other
    • North American states when all sorts of people mixed with each
    • are we to understand this? There is, after all, an enormous
    • state. We sleep and dream beneath the surface of our normal
    • not belong to the normal forces, we use in natural science, for
    • operates, where we dream and sleep away our normal life.
    • normally only dreams and sleeps through, can only be called
    • normal observation: that from the 7th, 8th century until the
    • Normally history draws only upon ordinary observation and
    • of life that never manifest themselves in the soul in normal
    • are present in normal life, but which remain in a slumbering
    • being sleeps and dreams through in his normal historical
    • as having taken place earlier than is normally believed —
    • the same things today as he said in the 1880's. We honor the
    • of the lecture. Nor will vague prophecies be uttered. But
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    • permeated by something that is not normally present. The
    • normal person. Everything depends upon our being able to
    • normally exists in the human being, is a power that is only
    • activity in thinking which leads to the normal memory, from the
    • are without memory as we know it in normal life.
    • the activity of the memory, nor through our normal effort to
    • whole life as far back as the moment to which we can normally
    • be alive. They do not appear as they normally do in our memory,
    • otherwise our normal everyday self-consciousness into the world
    • separating something from it that belongs to it in normal life,
    • something must be extracted from it. Of the normal activity of
    • shutting out the normal activity of the will, and to command an
    • activity of the senses, a condition that is normally achieved
    • perceive it as an object outside ourselves, just as we normally
    • much more real than the processes normally at work in the soul.
    • this state where the will is detached from our normal soul
    • brought to light by our normal consciousness. Of course, if we
    • were to say in the normal way that each person bears a second
    • the activity of our will in normal life.
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    • today about all sorts of abnormal powers of the human soul, or
    • concerned with such abnormal powers of the soul either. It uses
    • the normal powers of the human soul life, but develops these
    • opposite direction from the extension of the normal power of
    • becomes transparent in this way, abnormal constructive
    • are in the human organism. The abnormal destructive forces,
    • exists as polar opposite to an abnormal construction, that is,
    • Nor can it institute a new religion. But if the supersensory
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    • the enormous progress made by the scientific approach in the
    • complications facing our normal consciousness, we do not arrive
    • normally. For these smallest living entities, the cells,
    • discovered by our normal perception in looking at the ordinary
    • Nor
    • with our normal consciousness by means of a study of the very
    • small or the very large, nor with methods using microscopes,
    • instruments which help them, nor by any scientific methods used
    • in the sense world, nor by studying anything other than what we
    • experience in our normal consciousness, but the science of
    • consciousness, the state of our normal consciousness
    • time we go to sleep in the evening — this is our normal
    • he awakens from the normal day consciousness into a
    • phenomena that normally are only considered quite apart from
    • the physical object that our eye normally perceives so
    • of spirit to the content of our minds, which for our normal
    • images from their normal task by a particular kind of
    • methodical approach to the content of his mind. The normal
    • Normally, a scientist starts with nature as it is in the world
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    • sense illusion. And then we have the beings of the normal
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    • Naturally I should find it easier to ignore this pernickety
    • anyone may say: I cannot change myself nor my profession, and
    • people are not taught pedagogics nor didactics so that they
    • of the higher hierarchies, nor of man's image being perfected
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    • panorama. The Copernican world-conception arose, and men have
    • about it. Their ignorance can be compared to the belief which
    • whether it is real charity to ignore the fact that such men
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    • the traditional creeds nor the fantasies of natural science
    • into the light nor from sense perception down into gravity.
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    • no need to seek through dry allegory, nor in a way that is
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    • abnormal visionary states which, although they may be
    • speech, What he sees is not in the form of words, nor does it
    • ignore the impression that comes to him from a work of art?
    • physiology and biology are still almost entirely ignorant of
    • this happen? In the normal condition of a human being there
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    • countries other than Asia Minor and a little further Eastwards into
    • neither their original purpose nor the other purpose of serving as nourishment
    • the teachings of Spiritual Science, nor of making them into a body of
    • of helping us in our next incarnation, nor for the nourishment of higher
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    • It was given by Rudolph Steiner at Norrköping,
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    • the world ignorant of all the diversified objects it
    • interest in it. There is something unhealthy or abnormal in
    • this direction. Nor can this be otherwise at the present
    • age, met the expansion of Christianity to the north. They
    • nor gluttony, but the happy mean between these two; and this
    • of Northern and Central Europe — to consider these
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    • human death. And it was of enormous importance that this secret
    • age it may be found in abnormal cases, although this is not
    • of course, is something abnormal, a diseased condition, though
    • in the way of primeval mankind, nor in the way of the
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    • soul-spiritual development which will be attained by the normal
    • tower above the normal man, still they have followed the same
    • united with Shem's astral body nor with his ego, but was woven,
    • nor to any particular people; but when in the course of time a
    • to the living remembrance, nor to draw upon the documents of
    • Franciscans, with its servants and minorites, had similarly
    • ignorance; on the other hand, that which is the opposite of
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    • forces that we need to develop in normal and in social life.
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    • to be a religion nor found a new sect. The lectures to be
    • most important questions. Its enormous achievements in the
    • opinions, nor that the needs of humanity at a particular time
    • ignored. Human beings are destined to absorb into their heart
    • ignorance.
    • ignorance of the specific sense in which spiritual science
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    • Jacob Minor (1855–1912) was professor of philology.
    • Mephistopheles' remark to be ironic, but Minor adds a curious
    • things said about Goethe's Faust. Minor states:
    • necessity be also an enemy of blood. Minor is quite right
    • is the principle that calls inorganic matter into life and,
    • talks of “ignorabimus” and “limits of
    • common with the whole inorganic nature, that is, that which
    • composed, are to be found outside in inorganic nature. If the
    • transforms inorganic substances into living fluids; the
    • what has developed in a lower animal: inorganic matter is
    • inorganic substance, living substance, and nerve substance
    • laws of inorganic nature. (A crystal can be formed only
    • future. Consequently, when the individual's normal
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    • inorganic nature, but we also know that it is called into
    • and inorganic substances do not differ as far as the actual
    • In the normally
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    • the words imply, nor of the fact that a solution to the
    • have anything to do with a physical fact such as death. Nor
    • not taken to refer to ordinary failings or shortcomings, nor
    • But what is a poison? What is an abnormal effect on the human
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    • — they could neither count nor write, and logical
    • consciousness is a residue of the Atlantean's normal
    • replace religion, nor can a history of religion. A person who
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    • can also suffer disturbance through inner abnormalities. It
    • specific cases are always available. These too are not normal
    • science is neither remote from life nor passive; it aims to
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    • neither ambition nor selfishness motivates the Rosicrucian;
    • have poisoned the air, and neither they nor humans would be
    • brooding within oneself nor in believing, as is often taught
    • higher self Nor can the words be understood with which we
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    • once been the normal consciousness of all mankind. The waking
    • enormous bands of color due to the masses of mist. In
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    • reactions are based on complete ignorance of the Bible
    • acknowledges the enormous difference between the lowest form
    • possible do so out of ignorance. They have as yet not
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    • place in a completely different way than is the case with normal
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    • which we see it, with our normal consciousness. Even the eyes
    • normal consciousness. The whole way in which his thought-life
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    • the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.
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    • whole normal organization of man. Imagine, how all this has to be in
    • is the case and the astral body is normal, the shrunken kidney can develop
    • of an abnormal kidney-activity with bad dreams continued, and in the
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    • governor wanted to keep this clock specially for Prague and
    • not build the clock out of egotism. Nor was there any
    • Lucifer lived in the governor. It was out of egotism that he
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    • divine beings who are progressing in a normal way, whose
    • nor applying criticism to what I encountered as my own past, I
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    • actually see when we develop normally.
    • normally the case.
    • normal old age, and die, our etheric body has become so
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    • would be an abnormal condition at present, but natural
    • neither modern scientists nor ordinary human beings have the
    • if one or another part does not function normally. He dissects
    • kind of inwardly inorganic, disordered state we call a
    • have said in earlier times that it used to be the normal thing
    • coming earth lives it will be normal.
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    • and farther afield making enormous demands of the people.
    • There is of course an enormous difference in the soul life,
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    • perceive the reality in minerals nor plants, if he perceives no reality
    • among beings who belong neither to the mineral and plant kingdoms, nor
    • here on earth neither wholly plant nor wholly animal, but having mere
    • reality, is actually neither quite within his conception nor his will;
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    • in human evolution. Neither has it since been reached again nor was
    • or Judaism it arrives among the barbarians of the north, that Christianity
    • human. For this reason the prevalent attitude of these northern barbarians
    • the north, kept aloof from the complicated conceptions simply embodied
    • penetrated in the north are the germ of what later was to arise in human
    • of the north quite differently. These northern barbarian hearts are
    • of grandiose development. The northern barbarians had a primitive, simple
    • nor had they any political views concerning the structure of the State,
    • as formed by the Romans. There was nothing of this kind among the northern
    • barbarians of the north; but they could not develop any kind of organised
    • old traditional conceptions. The barbarians of the north had no such
    • in the north as barbarians, these peoples to whom the Christ came, and
    • In the way the Christ impulse came to the northern barbarians it could
    • barbarians of the north. But they had not progressed very far, these
    • northern barbarians. And even when the Christ had been able to make
    • post-Atlantean, the Greco-Latin culture stage, in the north was still
    • was, however, very backward among the northern barbarians. It was awaiting
    • In other words, in the north, even though they finally came to a higher
    • Greece, the northern barbaric culture still had much to pass through
    • the barbarian natures of the north, out of their own flesh and blood,
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    • all at once nor during the relatively long time that there has been
    • Hebrews, nor the cultured Greeks, nor the cultured Romans, who as I
    • it was the northern barbarians, with their primitive culture, who in
    • East and the North of Europe, who by no manner of means possessed the
    • culture of the Hebrews nor of the Greeks, nor of the Romans. There He
    • as German nationals of North Hungary, of Siebenburg and formerly of
    • admiration nor spoken to you in any different way about my admiration
    • an enormous influence upon him, was that of a decided non-Christian,
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    • nor peace will the soul have; anxiety and restlessness shoves
    • either totally pass away or need an enormous length of time
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    • — a kind of minor role. In order to understand him fully,
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    • bodies. There we have today's normal human self consciousness
    • tenor of our own time, let's try to clarify what, in the most
    • three weeks later, ignoring karma because he knows nothing
    • has to be added that a person in his normal development can
    • in a normal life? I must straight away indicate the means which
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    • of the North side. In the part between the principal entrance and the
    • an enormous amount of untruth and deception. In our civilisation there
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    • Sea northwards into Europe, and this Initiation-stream reaches its fulfilment
    • you see the Building covered over with Norwegian slate. Once when I
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    • days, nor the forms of that wisdom. The knowledge of certain
    • experience it inwardly through his normal forces; it remains
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    • mountain, nor the glow within it. It is hardly necessary to
    • ignorant of all this, you see. But Mephistopheles is
    • more than a rather abnormal occurrence of ordinary life,
    • him that, merely through an abnormal way of proceeding in
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    • “No! The North thy heritage is,
    • “No! The North thy heritage is,
    • “No! The North thy heritage is,
    • of the world. And that gives weight to these words, enormous
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    • does not want Faust to grow away from him nor does he wish
    • the normal understanding of the senses, but with a condition
    • of man when this normal understandin is not present. It is
    • the spatial is but a symbol of what has neither time nor
    • has taken its place. It flows into the North Sea and other
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    • removed from the old order, from the normal order, they then
    • normal evolution for the fourth post-Atlantean epoch,
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    • Since, however, you were born as a Northerner, you have
    • the culture of the North, were not sufficiently pliant and
    • in spite of it all they know nothing of Helen, nor of any
    • Professor Johannes Volkelt, nor been allowed to teach
    • water, nor fire to earth, but when the Sirens formed the
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    • As I said yesterday, he lived within his northern world, and
    • Mephistopheles remained in his northern home, that is to say
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    • etheric body was nipped and tweaked. And neither theory nor
    • nor criticises, realizing he must speak only positiviely; I
    • nothing takes place in the human soul nor in be human spirit
    • But he is as ignorant of his lack of interest as he is of his
    • consciously these limits are spoken of — ignorabimus. But
    • authority, nor stand in great awe of anything because we have
    • what can make you see that life is not one-sided, nor can it
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    • one-sidedly a scientist, nor one-sidedly an artist; in him
    • north, he then wished to discover, for the benefit of his
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    • the earlier — this is an abnormal idea of present-day
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    • experienced with it, nor the occurrences of human life which I
    • now practices — as neither our own inner being nor outer
    • dreamer but a normal waking person, nay even more than a normal
    • ready to live with empty consciousness, with normal waking
    • spirit may not become a person inclined to fantasy nor a
    • But just as we normally see objects of space in perspective, so
    • haven't known before. It is just the same as in normal
    • practicing, a capacity which normally is not seen as a capacity
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    • Spirit, nor do I deny Life: I only want people to observe that
    • Nor can this illustration be negatived by merely indicating its
    • “Ignorabimus.” It was a momentous event, and
    • — ‘Ignorabimus!’ We are able to comprehend the sleeping
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    • difference that they were ignorant of so and so many things
    • longer could nor dared believe in.
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    • Precisely here in Norway destiny made it necessary to speak of the
    • Norway can count among its people, men who will range themselves on
    • The geographical position of Norway renders this imperative and indeed
    • fact that my lectures on Folk-Psychology were ignored by one who held
    • world-history has shifted from the North Sea to the Pacific Ocean
    • nor of how the human being has descended from spiritual worlds
    • not look forward, nor out into the wide world — he looks
    • Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, nor laterally as those of Leo, Virgo, Libra,
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    • said to differ from Norwegians although they live in such near
    • Norway.’ Certainly, God rules the world everywhere, but for the
    • God rules the world in India, in England, in Sweden, in Norway. In
    • a kind of riddle to those who do not live in Sweden or Norway, as well
    • North may well have been perplexed, for it really was as though men
    • countries like these in the North, this is in a way understandable.
    • But that it is also the case in Middle Europe is terrible. The normal
    • From the vantage-point of your Northern peninsula you will be able to
    • utter contrast between the South and the North of Europe in this
    • South towards the North. It is, of course, true, that from the fourth
    • sense it is stripped of spirituality. Think now of your Northern world
    • A.D.— we find that up here in the North, teachings about the Gods
    • away for the Southern people. Up here in the North it still happened
    • history to find that the men of the North were still so constituted as
    • childlike peoples of the North. This condition which was still present
    • in a particular form in the North during the first centuries of the
    • men of the North became for the men of the South, the bearers of what
    • the Norwegians of to-day, journeyed towards the West, towards the
    • conquests, their influence reached right down to Sicily and North
    • Northern peoples towards the South West and to see how — in
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    • life, and life a little further north, in Germany, in order to
    • sense, nor by everyday human understanding either. For all
    • ignorance, or if they know anything it is a kind of knowledge
    • when the Napoleonic chaos was enveloping north and central
    • remain Rector for four months; for neither the students nor the
    • North Street, Weston-super-Mare.
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    • only a minor aspect of what was extensively present in past centuries,
    • You should appreciate this fact neither with optimistic nor with
    • With worthy honor and respect.
    • The whole honored community we greet
    • Let us greet the honored council of this place
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    • of the tribe, the ancestors, are worthy of honor. He feels that their
    • Mountains, the Volga, the Caspian Sea and Asia Minor — in fact
    • need not shudder nor be sad at heart, for in killing your enemies you
    • do they honor Pythagoras as such a great man when every schoolboy and
    • the contents of the Vedas. He says, “Hold not to the Vedas, nor
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    • himself, “I have not been dreaming about this problem, nor was
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    • the last third of the 19th century, wishing to enhance the honor of
    • intellectuals among mankind. The philosophers are honored just
    • An enormous part of our
    • could neither have been bought nor sold, nor can they find out whence
    • cessation of consciousness. In normal human life today man ceases to
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    • thought.” Their thoughts rose up like living dreams. Nor did
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    • soul. Neither source, nor midst, nor end; in-. finite in power,
    • Nothing firm I find, nor rest, O Mighty Krishna, Who art as Vishnu
    • impulse; not immediately, nor even up to the present time, but
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    • IS NATURAL, though it is usually ignored by science, that man
    • develop at all in our waking life when we normally acquire knowledge.
    • objections have little logical value but people do not notice it, nor
    • unmixed form; not during waking life nor even in sleep because in
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    • deepening of perception. Neither the contemporaries nor those who
    • before his followers. They too of course were ignorant of the fact
    • us, these three men have achieved by the very quality and tenor of
    • imagination of dream-life — was in that ancient time the normal
    • their normal picture-consciousness much as dream-consciousness does
    • organism is permeated by the spirit in the normal way we are in the
    • Nor is it correct to say that “light” does not convey the
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    • physical world is a sattwa man. In the inorganic world a sattwa
    • learn to hold thy soul apart. Thou shalt be neither sattwa, rajas nor
    • conditions of sattwa, rajas or tamas, nor are they free from them,
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    • transparent. While normally it is a limit or boundary, it must now
    • normal life between waking and sleeping is brought about through the
    • falls asleep, when all impressions cease, he normally falls into
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    • falls at once into unconsciousness. This means that in normal life the
    • idea of the enormous extent of indolence, love of ease, among
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    • searches with the means normally available to-day, the more does he
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    • is nowhere dead nor silent, she has even a secret agent in inflexible
    • This astral self-knowledge occurs in an abnormal way in those who are
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    • indicate, so to say, the norms and laws of creation. These signs were
    • altogether different from our own; its substance is living, sonorous,
    • nor hear the cries of the soldiers and the booming of the cannons.
    • “Swan.” None may ask his true name nor whence he comes. His
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    • South of Asia and the North of Australia are, nevertheless, evidences
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    • as a whole, nor of the soul. We ourselves are in exactly the same
    • Physical, objective consciousness-the normal waking state. The two former states are atavistic survivals.
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    • sky, nor to any other planet that astronomy might ever discover. The
    • forth from the hands of the Gods. Neither cathedrals nor machines have
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    • was neither birth nor death.
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    • was taken over by the races of the North: the Celts, the Germanic
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    • worlds. The John Gospel is not a poetic work, nor a writing
    • being. In normal sleep the physical and etheric bodies are
    • but man does not normally see it, he must first learn to
    • John means nothing more nor less than what is described in
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    • teacher, but in view of our modern normal mode of life, it is
    • start from the normal state of sleep. What happens when a
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    • initiation that was cultivated in the whole of Asia Minor, in
    • sooner to reach the spiritual world. This shows ignorance. It
    • answered, ‘Neither hath this man sinned nor his
    • in his physical body, nor had his parents; therefore the
    • is now incarnated in the flesh has no power over life, nor
    • lifeless inorganic forces. Man cannot oblige a plant to grow,
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    • But every normal person can say to himself: “I shall be able to
    • Nor do these legends grow up by chance: the great Initiates created
    • The day-star, sonorous as of old
    • are those of an ignorant or a learned man, of a poet or a peasant. They
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    • rooted in the physical body, as normally it is, its vibrations cannot
    • we are parted from all our physical organs, from everything that normally
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    • Bull in Asia Minor. After
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    • for instance, must things have been in northern Siberia when the mammoth,
    • are bell-shaped and shoot through astral space with enormous speed. They
    • why the germinal human beings dart about with such enormous speed is
    • substance shoots in from north, south, east and west, from the heights
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    • his own inner powers to work. A normal child will reject the doll and
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    • of the Huns, is called in the Nordic language, Atli — meaning someone
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    • airships which were not propelled by inorganic forces, such as coal,
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    • but for them these laws of nature were not merely abstract, nor were
    • region of Northern Europe, where people gathered round a Druid priest
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    • forces, normally used for overcoming fatigue, which animate the
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    • North to South, from the Heights to the Depths. Spiritual currents flow
    • contains more than the normal amount of oxygen. The breath can be purified
    • fall asleep, as would then normally happen; you must remain conscious.
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    • yourself to speak neither too loudly nor too softly. Things such as this,
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    • abnormal individuals. The pastoral work is varied for such cases.
    • the soul, we are going beyond the so-called normal relation of that
    • every instance we are going beyond what the person has normally in
    • usually works upon that person. For what is the normal intervention
    • the so-called normal course of life. A person who is eating, for
    • then, if this has proceeded normally, waking, dreaming, and sleeping
    • follow in normal fashion. At the most, we might vary a diet for the
    • be a sacrament. Nor is it a matter of symbols. Rather it has to do
    • a fresh point of view. The priest cannot be a physician, nor the
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    • what the normal type of human being is. And it was as near as could
    • Then, in the waking state, the so-called normal relation prevails among
    • that the physical body and etheric body are in some kind of normal
    • normally, but that the ego organization is somehow not properly
    • upon a normal connection of the astral body with the other bodies.
    • the other parts in a normal fashion. If not, the sense impressions
    • ghostly, not clear as we normally have them. The soul-life of such
    • physical and etheric bodies still have their normal connection. But
    • they may take slight notice of them, great abnormalities in the
    • people normally have. The priest can learn very much from such
    • advances to a condition where neither ego nor astral enter the
    • perhaps in childhood, which is still normal, already shows a tendency
    • four stages — the first very slightly abnormal, the others as I
    • normal, they are able to speak in a wonderful way about what they
    • distinguish any of the others except a normal dyed-in-the-wool
    • tremendously enlightening in regard to psychological abnormalities as
    • well as to physical abnormalities and physical illnesses. Certain
    • comparatively normal and show only the physical correlation: then it
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    • abnormal conditions do not have such meanings in our everyday speech.
    • normally would. Something, therefore, is happening for such persons
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • four members of the human being are bound closely together. In normal
    • quite another direction than would normally be the case. The physical
    • event cannot otherwise happen in ordinary life, because normally the
    • — such as normally human beings only experience when they are
    • automatically become active in the self-healing of these abnormal
    • appears in three thousand years' time. That is the normal course. You
    • half ill or abnormally healthy. The whole human being is involved in
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
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    • capacity which is determined neither by nature nor by the world. Here
    • worked over from this person's abnormal development up to the point
    • normal, if judging the whole individual from external life one can
    • decide that the point is normal. If it lies too far back toward youth
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    • will-impulses prevent him from having a normal relation to the world,
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • tenth, eleventh year. We observe the abnormal cleverness and are
    • instead of the passivity that is the normal condition of
    • heaviness, warmth, cold. All of this affects them not as it normally
    • affects organic beings, but as it affects inorganic things. This then
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • particularly aware of this stage when we encounter an abnormal
    • This characteristic is normal between change of teeth and puberty.
    • Already at birth, the person is in an abnormal condition because of
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    • normal”: toward a pathological condition or toward a
    • abnormal relation to animals. It did have an aspect of disease about
    • who show an abnormality in one direction, the direction of spiritual
    • individuals turned in the other direction. They develop abnormally in
    • only abnormal spirituality is active in the human being. Naturally
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    • is inorganic, lifeless, while within a human being we have a
    • go in thought from the inorganic fire processes of this present age
    • is lying across the path of our breathing. That occurs in abnormal
    • breathing. But in normal breathing, there is always a human being
    • circumstances that can make the cosmic astrality abnormal. Similarly,
    • astrality of the human being can become abnormal. There we have the
    • them to a place and arrange them in an enormous pile, but then he
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    • only has that faculty when down in the physical body in normal life
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    • organization are down in the physical body, as is the normal
    • sleep condition. Normally, however, even during sleep the catabolic
    • the normal sleep processes; at the same time they are the basis for
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • etheric body. Now the normal human being in waking life has the
    • the normal sleep condition is disturbed. In this case, when the ego
    • particular, these abnormal spiritual perceptions appear in lively
    • only to the slightest degree from so-called normal, something can be
    • world — insofar as these things are apparent in normal life.
    • The priest must deal with all the normal or abnormal symptoms that
    • their divine-spiritual powers take hold normally in the human
    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
    • know them in their healthy normality through the dreams in the
    • of therapy from observing abnormal life in the spiritual world as
    • compared to normal perception in the spiritual world. What was
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    • particularly scientific thinking, has come enormously under the
    • understand the periphery of the human being; one has to ignore the
    • days. So we have a life of seventy-two years as the normal rhythm
    • the first form of the rhythm. Second, as we live our normal human
    • maintain a normal warmth — or a normal coldness, if you will
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    • death would not have the form it now has; nor would illness come in
    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • we have a normal relation between our soul and spirit and our
    • can be at the borderline between normal and pathological. It can
    • permeates normal human existence. He has always to create harmony
    • balance by the normal course of sleeping and waking. Supernature is
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    • abnormal individuals. The pastoral work is varied for such cases.
    • the soul, we are going beyond the so-called normal relation of that
    • every instance we are going beyond what the person has normally in
    • usually works upon that person. For what is the normal intervention
    • the so-called normal course of life. A person who is eating, for
    • then, if this has proceeded normally, waking, dreaming, and sleeping
    • follow in normal fashion. At the most, we might vary a diet for the
    • be a sacrament. Nor is it a matter of symbols. Rather it has to do
    • a fresh point of view. The priest cannot be a physician, nor the
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    • what the normal type of human being is. And it was as near as could
    • waking state, the so-called normal relation prevails among these four
    • that the physical body and etheric body are in some kind of normal
    • normally, but that the ego organization is somehow not properly
    • upon a normal connection of the astral body with the other bodies.
    • the other parts in a normal fashion. If not, the sense impressions
    • ghostly, not clear as we normally have them. The soul-life of such
    • physical and etheric bodies still have their normal connection. But
    • they may take slight notice of them, great abnormalities in the
    • people normally have. The priest can learn very much from such
    • advances to a condition where neither ego nor astral enter the
    • perhaps in childhood, which is still normal, already shows a tendency
    • four stages — the first very slightly abnormal, the others as I
    • normal, they are able to speak in a wonderful way about what they
    • distinguish any of the others except a normal dyed-in-the-wool
    • tremendously enlightening in regard to psychological abnormalities as
    • well as to physical abnormalities and physical illnesses. Certain
    • comparatively normal and show only the physical correlation: then it
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    • abnormal conditions do not have such meanings in our everyday speech.
    • normally would. Something, therefore, is happening for such persons
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • four members of the human being are bound closely together. In normal
    • quite another direction than would normally be the case. The physical
    • event cannot otherwise happen in ordinary life, because normally the
    • — such as normally human beings only experience when they are
    • automatically become active in the self-healing of these abnormal
    • appears in three thousand years' time. That is the normal course. You
    • half ill or abnormally healthy. The whole human being is involved in
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
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    • capacity which is determined neither by nature nor by the world. Here
    • worked over from this person's abnormal development up to the point
    • normal, if judging the whole individual from external life one can
    • decide that the point is normal. If it lies too far back toward youth
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    • will-impulses prevent him from having a normal relation to the world,
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • tenth, eleventh year. We observe the abnormal cleverness and are
    • instead of the passivity that is the normal condition of
    • heaviness, warmth, cold. All of this affects them not as it normally
    • affects organic beings, but as it affects inorganic things. This then
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • particularly aware of this stage when we encounter an abnormal
    • This characteristic is normal between change of teeth and puberty.
    • Already at birth, the person is in an abnormal condition because of
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    • normal”: toward a pathological condition or toward a
    • abnormal relation to animals. It did have an aspect of disease about
    • who show an abnormality in one direction, the direction of spiritual
    • individuals turned in the other direction. They develop abnormally in
    • only abnormal spirituality is active in the human being. Naturally
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    • is inorganic, lifeless, while within a human being we have a
    • go in thought from the inorganic fire processes of this present age
    • is lying across the path of our breathing. That occurs in abnormal
    • breathing. But in normal breathing, there is always a human being
    • circumstances that can make the cosmic astrality abnormal. Similarly,
    • astrality of the human being can become abnormal. There we have the
    • them to a place and arrange them in an enormous pile, but then he
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    • only has that faculty when down in the physical body in normal life
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    • organization are down in the physical body, as is the normal
    • sleep condition. Normally, however, even during sleep the catabolic
    • the normal sleep processes; at the same time they are the basis for
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • etheric body. Now the normal human being in waking life has the
    • the normal sleep condition is disturbed. In this case, when the ego
    • particular, these abnormal spiritual perceptions appear in lively
    • only to the slightest degree from so-called normal, something can be
    • world — insofar as these things are apparent in normal life.
    • The priest must deal with all the normal or abnormal symptoms that
    • their divine-spiritual powers take hold normally in the human
    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
    • know them in their healthy normality through the dreams in the
    • of therapy from observing abnormal life in the spiritual world as
    • compared to normal perception in the spiritual world. What was
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    • particularly scientific thinking, has come enormously under the
    • understand the periphery of the human being; one has to ignore the
    • days. So we have a life of seventy-two years as the normal rhythm
    • the first form of the rhythm. Second, as we live our normal human
    • maintain a normal warmth — or a normal coldness, if you will
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    • death would not have the form it now has; nor would illness come in
    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • we have a normal relation between our soul and spirit and our
    • can be at the borderline between normal and pathological. It can
    • permeates normal human existence. He has always to create harmony
    • balance by the normal course of sleeping and waking. Supernature is
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    • imagined an enormous sphere, a hollow sphere, with yourself inside
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    • term consciousness could develop in it; nor could an astral body,
    • in the sense-world today were not to be found on the Sun, nor on the
    • Moon, nor even on the earth at the moment when the plant nature
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    • For the time being let us ignore the condensation process which goes
    • “firmament” nor any of its variants takes us very far.
    • evolutions, I quite deliberately and scrupulously ignored anything
    • centuries they have completely ignored what occult investigation has
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    • development with Beings who had progressed normally to the Sun stage.
    • was carried on by the normally advanced and the backward Archai
    • all kinds of myths, is neither our abstract “night” nor
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    • ignore external existence, to prize it too lightly, is also one of
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    • normal during the Moon evolution. The human being at that stage
    • growth. During the Moon evolution it was normal. For instance, man
    • “they lived and wove in it.” Nor could it be said of the
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    • one ignores the fact that the ideas under attack were only born a few
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    • life and light breaks into the text, and minor discrepancies in the
    • easy for me to give this particular course; nor will any of my
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    • of a letter from North West Germany. The writer of the letter, with
    • nor identity of race, nor any factor by which human knowledge had been
    • sustaining power of this tradition steadily diminished. Nor were men
    • of people neither scripture nor tradition have importance any longer.
    • neither scripture nor tradition tell us those things that need to be
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    • seclusion, in concealment. Neither outer civilisation nor the Romans
    • his hosts are superhuman beings. Nor did Lucifer desire that
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    • cannot be disregarded, we shall not ignore the figure of the
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    • manner in which this had been done in primeval humanity, nor in the
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    • reach and compass than the sphere of religion as we normally
    • Northern countries — in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The week
    • influences of the old Nordic Gods and Beings are still perceptible in
    • ancient Nordic Gods who appeared to the Initiates in the Northern
    • North, where it is now preserved in the midst of the spirit-beings
    • Nordic sagas there is a note of deep tragedy, indicating that the
    • Nordic Gods and Divinities would be superseded by One yet to come.
    • This motif and trend of the Nordic sagas reappears in a medieval form
    • this same note of tragic destiny was implicit in the Nordic sagas, in
    • the Mystery-truth underlying them, that the Nordic Gods would be
    • replaced by the later, Christian Principle. In the Northern Mysteries
    • day and sleep by night, have changed. The normal state to-day is that
    • by that world of Nordic gods of which the legends tell. Odin, Freya,
    • and all the other figures in Nordic mythology were not inventions;
    • inspiration, and the oldest inhabitants of the North were still
    • which, in Atlantis, had been natural and normal. When pupils were to
    • in his normal state. Then the candidate for Initiation was able to see
    • the normal state of consciousness. Little by little, as civilisation
    • existence of a spiritual world. He neither recognises nor knows
    • merely proclaim the existence of higher worlds, nor be mere religion,
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    • into it, that a man is enabled to conform to the norms, the laws,
    • a body bound by space, nor limited to a certain territory. Neither
    • cease on account of people's ignorance of its laws. Human beings would
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    • aberration, a departure from the normal. Through dream-pictures
    • be a veritable torment. Ignorance of the mysteries of repeated earthly
    • those now going through the world apathetically, ignoring what
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    • ticket for some place or another. His reason functions quite normally.
    • before him as in a great panorama. Now, of course, if observed more
    • consciousness in the waking state, and then for the normal man an
    • amazing kingdom of human life flows by unperceived by the normal human
    • unconsciously, of course, as regards the normal consciousness —
    • this, that the life between sleeping and waking is really enormously
    • children who are quite normal, who have no prominent spiritual life,
    • but are merely intelligent, are normally able to give certain
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    • sectarians, derived from a few abnormal minds. But he who really
    • upheld among the so-called ‘normal’ people of to-day. And
    • that which was upheld among the Romans, the normal men of those times:
    • kindled through that panoramic review of our last earth-life which
    • senses. In normal life on the physical plane, we do not look into
    • mind that this gaze on the panorama of life is absolutely different
    • an exceptional number of men are led in abnormal fashion through the
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    • Here on earth, according to the normal course of life Man is destined
    • the course of life were normal: but now, through a shell that suddenly
    • through a normal earth life. That has nothing to do with what is laid
    • spirit. If all men reached old age normally, if there were no martyrs,
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    • which in normal circumstances, or to ordinary science, is embraced by
    • “Who is there?” There was no answer, nor did the door open,
    • abnormal matter. What I have said as to the merit of this book is
    • Neither writing nor signature betrayed a trace of even the slightest
    • to human knowledge! Ignorabimus! And why do they not wish to
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    • We shall begin to-day by studying a Northern poem that we considered
    • one of the most beautiful of the Northern Sagas, for it speaks in a
    • the enormous conquests of which — in this epoch of darkness,
    • things so easy as that for men — nor even would it have been
    • retain this in their hearts, nor give forth in the right way what they
    • possibly have been ignorant of the Bible. He overlooks the fact that
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    • hypnotist. In the case of normal people the physical body prevents the
    • under normal conditions it merely signifies the recognition of his
    • the Guardian of the Threshold appears in an abnormal way. This
    • next incarnation have the abnormal form of the Guardian of the
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    • develops an abnormal condition in idiots. It is the consciousness
    • normally have at the present stage of earthly evolution.
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    • can neither live, think nor feel. There then remains a very wisely
    • retained by all people of normal development.
    • does not actually belong to normal development; it is only a stage
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    • Avidja: ignorance. Avidja is what draws us down again into physical
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    • way he becomes an ever more universal being. There is no general norm
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    • way right down into the low-lying plain of Northern Germany. The
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    • quite normal in human development. In the normal way the following
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    • there was a tropical climate at the North Pole; later through the
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    • individual warmth. So the donors of knowledge and freedom are bound up
    • descended so deeply as present-day animals, nor yet ascended so high
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    • this ancestral race, who had travelled towards the north of India, was
    • the North was the thought that their old form of culture would
    • these Northern prophets in what later became the Siegfried Saga.
    • reach their downfall, the Northern Gods approach their end (Twilight
    • of the Gods). This gives the Northern saga its tragic note, for it not
    • Northern Gods. Thus in what was still symbolic form, the battle of St.
    • Everywhere in the North one can point to the traces of what came to
    • European peoples of the North and the other civilisations. When in the
    • South of Europe the Fourth Sub-Race was developing, the Northern
    • North. So the older stages of civilisations progressed towards what
    • normal surroundings, sold for twenty pieces of silver and cast into a
    • Out of the impact between the Romans and the Northern peoples there
    • Now here in the North, everything that has remained from earlier times
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    • Steiner was ignorant of the concept of seed crystals. However, a
    • particular image nor sustain their interest in an impression. Instead,
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    • ignored. For the question cannot be whether the animal is or is not
    • enables it to live as it has to live. We do not, of course, ignore
    • Its results cannot be transmitted nor received into the qualities
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    • if obliged to grow up alone, would never arrive at speaking, nor
    • definite thinking, nor consciousness of self; he would be forced to
    • afterwards; he does not accomplish this with his understanding, nor
    • constitutes the normal condition of the human being. But as the
    • of the Higher Worlds. There we see how in normal human beings the
    • important fact — generally ignored today — that the
    • gold nor silver but something that gives me infinite joy — the
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    • earth flows out into universal space in an abnormal way. It is
    • said: Under normal conditions the evil impulses of will which are sent
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    • ancient Mysteries. Nor was anything accomplished in a short time; what
    • is not possible without knowledge of man, nor is knowledge of man
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    • Nor is it possible for anyone who thinks in actualities, and not in
    • normal condition, in the same way as it perpetually normalizes
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    • I have no wish to be a commentator nor to pull to pieces a work of
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    • organs, nor must he gain knowledge of this world or any other world
    • around him through the intellect bound to the brain, nor through what
    • organism will not suffer anything normally connected with it to be
    • partially deadened and brought into an abnormal state. Hence, out of a
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    • not only show a perfectly normal development but, in certain
    • love and grief and pain that can be experienced on earth, nor yet with
    • the failings and immorality there. He neither knows nor wishes to know
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    • that you normally have in sensory existence. You only feel that you
    • of the Christ; he would not find Him there, nor be able to learn
    • ‘Light-bearer’ as one of whom we should be afraid, nor is it
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    • said to give a normal path, a normal “line of march” for a
    • keep to the truth, you cannot say that normally such and such a path
    • in the world of the senses. There is a tendency to ignore any
    • it works in evil ones; in itself it is neither the one nor the other.
    • gained entrance there with your ordinary, normal impelling force, you
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    • nor does it exercise any influence over it. Previous understanding
    • themselves of every possible method that hatred, ignorance and
    • could often neither read nor write. Their level of education fell
    • in the press nor do they know how to appreciate them at their proper
    • that he had never taken into account the Christ, nor the facts
    • the actual historical happenings for which there are no documents nor
    • this thinking. The brain itself, however, does not think, nor does the
    • out. But this reappearing Christ will not sail the sea in ships, nor
    • travel in trains, nor airships. He will go into the individual being
    • darkness, will enable us to be together no matter where we are nor how
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    • normal manner. This connection is loosened during sleep, so that the
    • darkness of night is spread over normal consciousness and
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 2: The Vision of the Ideal Human Being
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    • in this manner, the inner being which under normal conditions of life
    • which, though we cannot perceive it, with the normal powers of human
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    • tableau as long as we have the power under normal conditions to keep
    • remained awake in life under abnormal conditions, it depends upon the
    • those who have reached the normal length of life and have died under
    • normal conditions. Exceptional cases will be dealt with in the next
    • nor can know anything during life. That which is liberated as light
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    • are often the result of death by accident before the normal time in a
    • hereditary attributes we shall need. The normal time for this is when
    • normal length of human life. His illness brings him to an early
    • have expended if he had reached the normal length of human life. The
    • already mentioned that the normal time for this is when we have the
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    • — must come from ourselves. Any person who is normally healthy
    • you are in some way ill. Anyone who has developed normally and
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    • is not to be drowsily ignored.
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    • wants to stay within the sphere of what is known, nor in the first
    • forces, dominating a given field of phenomena, proceed. Nor need the
    • which the life is subject. I shall not find them in a, nor
    • in b, nor in c, nor when I go still farther out. I
    • to Mechanics, and again what the leap is from external, inorganic
    • from external inorganic Nature into living Nature, and we must
    • on the other hand — even in inorganic Nature — can never
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    • only our normal consciousness is not sufficient here, — does
    • at school the neatly finished diagrams with rays of light, normals
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    • normal at the point of incidence; so then it reaches the eye in this
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    • at all save as an outcome of the velocity, nor for that matter is the
    • one with space and time. Nor should we, without more ado, ascribe to
    • velocity”. Nor should we say, “The body takes so much
    • not what you can get from the first text-book you may purchase. Nor
    • credulous believers in the Physics of today, nor need we be of
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    • draw the so-called “normal at the point of incidence”. If
    • “refracted” — in this case, towards the normal,
    • the point of exit from the glass, you will have to erect the normal.
    • surface it is again refracted — this time, away from the normal
    • is twice refracted — once towards the normal, a second time
    • away from the normal. Then, inasmuch as the eye has the inner faculty
    • century conceived this strange idea of universal, inorganic, lifeless
    • inorganic Nature cannot exist without the whole of Nature —
    • so-called inorganic Nature, treating it then as something
    • self-contained. This “inorganic Nature” only exists
    • What we are wont to call “inorganic” in Nature herself,
    • really inorganic things are our machines, and even these are only so
    • inorganic. Whatever else we may call inorganic only exists by
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    • process that goes on in your own eye. There is no real nor
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    • arithmetical (able to be numbered and calculated), nor can they be
    • when we come to sound or tone. Neither the s nor the
    • is, in the world outside us, no more nor less than a certain
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    • inorganic realm. But we have something else as well, if once again
    • reproduced by purely inorganic methods, making electric currents by
    • applied it to the most manifold phenomena of Nature, — nor
    • the external revolution in the social realm. It is no more nor less
    • physicists began to realize that it was neither the one nor the
    • nor is it simply a fine spray of matter. It is flowing electricity
    • present time? It is the different velocities with which the normal,
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    • observe the spiritual nor the soul) is but the outer, so-called
    • body out beyond your normal surface; you make them bigger, and in
    • inorganic Nature there are many features like the theory of Kant
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    • world normally known to us, there is another — the spiritual
    • to awaken certain inner faculties slumbering in normal daily life, so
    • him the world of colours and light. In normal life today man is shut
    • colour is merely an effect; nor can anybody say with certainty whether
    • can reveal itself to us when in the course of certain normal processes
    • spreads around him. For a normal man that is really the safer
    • for normal human beings. It is evident from the experience itself that
    • when normal conditions have been transcended to a very slight degree
    • something quite different. If, for example, a normal man — one
    • beneficial for him because he is normally able to keep full possession
    • and in normal circumstances cannot penetrate beyond the point where
    • normal state of life and the abnormal states of ecstasy and
    • abnormal states, but in everyday life there is something which helps
    • certain respect, as we do in the abnormal state of ecstasy described
    • and apart from consciousness. In the normal sleeping man we have
    • ecstasy but not in normal sleep? Of the effects of the world in which
    • world-which in ecstasy is perceived but in normal sleep is
    • perceptible to us in normal life only through the fact that on waking
    • alone or an external world alone. A panorama of outer; impressions
    • before us in the normal waking state, for it is the physical body
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    • Let us now consider the sleeping human being. Quite naturally, normal
    • overcoming him, for in normal life he does not order himself to go to
    • normal life; it is the state induced by the first influence connected
    • The same influence which makes itself felt in certain abnormal
    • quite different world which he normally regards today as the only one
    • In the case of a normal person today the Jupiter influences penetrate
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    • hidden from him in the course of his normal life, because he could not
    • penetrating into their own inmost being. In the course of normal life,
    • of shame. In the normal course of life a man cannot experience what is
    • he must cross the stream which diverts normal human consciousness from
    • the inner to the outer world. This normal consciousness, while
    • word, to the tapestry of sense-phenomena. Normal consciousness becomes
    • our own being reveals in the normal state. Just as when a man looks in
    • look at it. Nor during the day can we perceive everything that is
    • has these feelings in normal life-in a weak form, like the sense of
    • shame, but nevertheless he has them. By enormously enhancing these
    • entirely from those of normal consciousness.
    • slightly developed in an ordinary, normal man, but it is present,
    • feelings are faint and feeble in normal life, man's sensibility to the
    • training in the old Northern Mysteries, of which only the external
    • the original peoples of Middle, Northern and Western Europe were able
    • original population of Northern and Western Europe through an
    • Northern Mysteries.
    • original peoples of Northern Europe. The faculties enabling them to
    • which in normal life he is unconscious; he must traverse consciously
    • We have now heard how with his normal consciousness man is enclosed
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    • within which man's normal consciousness is enclosed, and today we will
    • from sleep. But in normal existence we are not aware of it because our
    • have described the consciousness that deviates from the normal and is
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    • actually in normal life the moment never comes when merely through
    • normal consciousness it may happen — very occasionally —
    • feeling. Under these abnormal conditions a man feels a better being at
    • feelings that may arise under abnormal conditions even in ordinary
    • Generally speaking, however, it is not good, nor is it without danger,
    • ultimately to inherit. Nor does he merely inherit them; in a certain
    • the ordinary, normal life between birth and death he cannot come to
    • I have repeatedly reminded you that in normal everyday life a man sees
    • of the Northern Mysteries, where man was led, not into himself but out
    • directly they practise mystical deepening and ignore influences from
    • soul. We have spoken of the path taken in the Northern Mysteries in
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    • Northern and Western regions of Europe, including our own, it was
    • outside. In the Northern Mysteries this was achieved by the candidate
    • place all their forces of soul in the service of the Northern
    • performed in the Northern Mysteries for the purposes of Initiation.
    • Macrocosm. Even in normal human consciousness it is sometimes
    • possible, through particularly abnormal conditions, to become
    • has only the ordinary, normal consciousness loses it at the moment of
    • When a man with normal consciousness goes to sleep his whole being
    • longer imposed, nor are they necessary, because other paths are
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    • normal human consciousness and not with clairvoyance, we find certain
    • principle that he can reach the truth only by ignoring his own
    • judgment about the things of normal, everyday life. At the present
    • have shown you how even in the normal course of life our experiences
    • from normal consciousness into clairvoyant consciousness that is
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    • his normal consciousness he has very little knowledge of the
    • What man normally perceives and knows is the external physical world.
    • to any external reality. Those who are desirous of having normal
    • present in normal consciousness; that we shall become capable of
    • visible to normal consciousness because they lie in a realm beyond the
    • bring to our consciousness the world which cannot be seen with normal
    • our own activity, ignoring the product of it. This is even more
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    • normal consciousness an immediate, innate feeling tells them: this is
    • certain category of phenomena he could have performed an enormous
    • of ourselves and look back upon ourselves from outside. In normal
    • communicable to another, nor does it concern anyone else. True and
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    • said of memory? In the normal consciousness of everyday life we find
    • to transpose himself from the normal into a supernormal state of
    • enormously.
    • between the soul-faculty belonging to normal consciousness, for
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    • The science of spirit, about which I have had the honor
    • for breath. We have to appreciate that as far as our normal,
    • somewhat different way from our normal experience, that
    • have to get to the heart of what for normal human
    • does not happen in normal life, that it is at just such a point
    • normal experience. In order not to become lost when we reach
    • What is normally called self-observation, an introversion
    • ability or capacity which is brought to our notice in normal
    • produces the kind of modesty we are used to from normal life,
    • normally disturbs the human being when he carries out a soul
    • only if the human being does not employ the will as he normally
    • Whereas we are normally accustomed to arranging our ideas
    • at all in our normal consciousness. In order to make this point
    • normal life is concerned, as dream pictures, the human being
    • on normal human consciousness by the visible form and
    • held as a matter of course, and with the normal outlook of
    • appears, it is true, to be paradoxical to the normally accepted
    • But by developing our normal consciousness, by laying
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    • now it is intended to investigate what lies beyond normal
    • of the spirit, we are then in a position to view what normally
    • from normal soul life. And so I would like first of all to
    • the normal way of imagining and thinking.
    • different from an experience that takes place in our normal
    • of an action is incorporated into our normal experience as a
    • something unconscious for our normal consciousness, but
    • it can be drawn into our normal consciousness. This is the
    • reveal what in normal life is generally hidden in the
    • unconscious — for our normal
    • Now, seen from the viewpoint of our normal soul life,
    • normal way as it would in the outer world, but in a dramatized
    • abnormal in soul experience, that they are quite normal and
    • healthy, and are not abnormal in the way they appear in normal
    • in a logical way. We are no longer connected to normal logic.
    • the dream. The logic that is normally present in our soul life
    • reason that there is nothing with which our normal
    • normal conscious experience as phenomena that cannot be
    • same thing that normally dreams in the soul is experienced
    • then perceives in the same way that we normally perceive
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    • means of our enormous and widespread industrial life and world
    • achieved our normal development in everyday life and in
    • circles, whereas it was normally taught only in the confined
    • wisdom. It was said: In his normal consciousness man is not
    • Now, our historical knowledge does not normally suffice to
    • normally learn is that the Greek soul was differently
    • further. In normal life they are only at the beginning of
    • the memory? Normally our images and our thoughts are formed in
    • are not able to arise out of the unconscious, nor should
    • since birth, but in the same way that we normally have pictures
    • he wakes up. He is normally unconscious at this time, because
    • The memories we normally have are of our life; we allow
    • fragments of our memory which normally appear as single
    • — and how this normally remains
    • consciousness in normal sleep in a subdued form, when he
    • before us does not arise through our normal memory but through
    • In normal life, love is bound to the human instincts, to
    • of normal life in the same way as the faculty of memory.
    • able to obtain real objectivity. Whereas in normal life the
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    • in the normal language of human reason, they can be intelligible to
    • normal course of evolution, our souls appear again on the earth in
    • the soul-force which in normal everyday life would extend to the
    • life. Truth to tell, it can only be ignorance of these facts that
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    • There he headed a minority whose ultimate
    • De Docta Ignorantia (On Learned Ignorance).
    • worlds as though it were the most normal thing for human concepts to
    • was his docta ignorantia, his learned ignorance. Nicholas
    • docta ignorantia. It was in this mood that Cusanus published
    • his De Docta Ignorantia in 1440.
    • least gain in the docta ignorantia the experience of the
    • the docta ignorantia.
    • ignorantia. He is, however, at the same time a skillful
    • his mathematical skills to the docta ignorantia. He approaches
    • the docta ignorantia with all kinds of mathematical symbols
    • mathematical skills in the field of the docta ignorantia except
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    • human knowledge. Man must become ignorant in the innermost sense in
    • This mood pervades Cusanus's Docta Ignorantia published
    • the outer sense world. In 1440 the Docta Ignorantia appeared
    • understand this century that lies between the Docta Ignorantia
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    • theology nor the precise perceptions of mathematics can lead any
    • ignorantia” in the face of the spiritual world comes to
    • divine world, he must write a docta ignorantia. And only
    • About a hundred years after the Docta Ignorantia appeared in
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    • Formerly this had not been observed, nor had there been any interest
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    • are found, there is death, there is something inorganic. This is how
    • inorganic nature, and they view even the organic in inorganic terms.
    • everything subjective as Poincaré does. Nor is the subjective
    • What is more, the scientific world scarcely admitted this, nor has it
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    • itself to the body if it is to comprehend mathematics. Nor was it
    • abstract relationships in inorganic nature. It could not develop an
    • draft of air is not a normal person but a neurasthenic. But they
    • alone. Nor is it criticism, when I saw that since the Fifteenth
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    • In the Seventeenth Century, people really began to totally ignore
    • this ignorance concerning the being of man that produced our modern
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    • in human nature, because every course of illness is simply an abnormal
    • psychological process, and each healing process is an abnormal chemical
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    • extent to which this reversal applies to the inorganic in the realm of
    • heat in particular. There are also great inorganic processes that are
    • turned backwards like an inorganic process. This fact does not enter
    • into our calculations. Even when we remain in the inorganic, there are
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    • observation of such simple elementary relations is of enormous
    • mechanical theory of heat. What is more, enormously important things
    • to consider in external nature even lifeless inorganic nature, a being
    • consciously. Only when some variation from the normal condition
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    • not rest on our considering it as something final, ultimate, nor on
    • factors. Nor is it dependent on whether we hold this or that view of
    • planetary body would regard as normal something which would be the
    • in question not as a gravity quantity nor as a line of action of
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    • light, nor from the relation of light to these bodies.
    • essentially, nor dependent directly on a heat quantity, but is a
    • light effects if we wish to symbolize the heat effects; nor can we
    • one when the attempt is made to apply the science of the inorganic to
    • the inorganic. They simply do not apply. What has been the result of
    • inorganic.” But with this view alone one can never enter the
    • as the source of the inorganic and come nearer the truth. They think
    • of the earth as originally a living body and what is today inorganic
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    • will grow much that will be of enormous importance technically for the
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    • less normal course of human life on earth. It differs in childhood
    • In illness the more or less normal course of the inter-relation
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    • life passes like a panorama before the human being. What is the explanation
    • in it during life. This panorama can also arise as the result of a shock
    • approximately that of the duration of this panorama. The retrospect
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    • ignorant of the facts and conditions. They see things in the astral
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    • previously is experienced by the soul as the result of an abnormal
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    • Neither the ego nor the astral body are the most perfect members of
    • the astral body nor of the ego-bearer.
    • abnormal in the modern age, occurring in a human being whose consciousness
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    • of sleep nor of waking life. He did not perceive outer objects. His
    • took place later on. So enormous was the size of the earth that it reached
    • nor by the slow tempo of the earth. These beings departed already before
    • of the progressed beings who drew out the solar body, while the normal
    • time when the majority of these beings who should normally have incarnated
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    • nor did he take the more solid kind of nourishment. Indeed, even at
    • physical plane more quickly than the good, normally evolved spiritual
    • this because they were retarded beings. Nor could they affect the ego,
    • “air ships” they laid up enormous stocks of seeds, just as we
    • mineral element, the inorganic, and therewith the magical powers vanished
    • magicians, working only with what is inorganic; on the other side, there
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    • oriental legend, which reports it, was narrated in the temples of Northern
    • had not appeared on the earth, neither the East nor the West would have
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    • during the night. In normal life man is not yet able to form organs
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    • senses. Our senses know neither good nor evil, they cannot err.
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    • ago you would not have found the streets bedecked with trees, nor
    • the Atlanteans, nor of that even more ancient people, the Lemurians,
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    • from her, nor yet to penetrate her deeper. Unbid and unforewarned,
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    • spiritual life, and no longer belonged to the material nor yet to the
    • pure air. Its atmosphere was filled with enormous masses of mist
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    • body and the rest of what belongs to it; but the normal man is then
    • different regions of the earth — in the northern part of the
    • but as regards the normal consciousness our ego is still more asleep
    • If you wish to compare what is known to the normal consciousness
    • normal consciousness, we can see in the background as it were, the
    • had different degrees of active spiritual beings. The normal
    • semblance, as the laws of nature, and the normal consciousness, as a
    • normal consciousness of present-day humanity speaks of the external
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    • normal life when he is asleep. We also know that sleep is the result
    • the inner life of ordinary normal consciousness. What we experience in
    • than one usually thinks; for in normal consciousness man has extremely
    • poor, nor empty, by giving love or doing loving actions, on the
    • normal consciousness also lives under their, sovereignty, although it
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    • perceives in the normal consciousness, but has instead another world
    • remember his clairvoyant experiences in the normal condition; but
    • his etheric body. By means of this he can even in ordinary, normal
    • if immersed in the other being. In normal consciousness and even when
    • belonging to our ordinary normal consciousness which can give us an
    • anything among the ordinary phenomena of normal consciousness which
    • life and share their joys and sorrows. So just as we with our normal
    • such, nor the changes of form, nor the movement; but that which is
    • this. Of course it does not suffice to train the ordinary normal
    • done by the normal consciousness, but in that way one would attain to
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    • flesh and blood, nor even of light and air; but of that which we can
    • only to regard the will which we encounter in man or animals in normal
    • normal consciousness, and the astral body we regard as the third
    • the concepts taken from ordinary life, nor by means of all sorts of
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    • spoken did not wish to be filled with the spirit nor to be connected
    • evolution of their own. These oppose the normal Spirits of Form, are
    • opposingly. Thus we have the normal Spirit of Form working outwards
    • abnormal Spirit of Form who has cut himself off from the normal
    • normal force of the Spirit of Form working outward from the Sun; and
    • substance to a certain distance; there worked the abnormal Spirits of
    • case we have the meeting of the forces of the normal Spirits of Form
    • and those of the abnormal Spirits of Form. They collide with one
    • the activities of the normal hierarchies, working from within
    • abnormal, the rebellious hierarchies.
    • substance. Just as the forces of the normal Spirits of Form pass
    • outwards and encounter the forces of the abnormal spirits working in
    • but in opposition to them work the abnormal forces
    • if they were to open themselves to the normal Cherubim and Seraphim
    • everywhere opposed by the abnormal spirits of the different
    • against the light in opposition by all the abnormal spirits of the
    • this teaching which, having originated in Asia Minor, is in a sense,
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    • really normal beings and the Luciferic beings of the hierarchies
    • from the facts known to normal consciousness.
    • When with our ordinary normal consciousness we look out into cosmic
    • the ordinary normal consciousness, only the planet itself and, indeed,
    • only the particular planet on which the normal consciousness
    • planet. To the normal consciousness all the rest is at first only
    • classification which the normal consciousness provides. We have
    • to be found upon the moon. Nor is there anything to be found upon it,
    • by the normal substances of its psychic being, but also by this
    • should find an enormous mass of harmful, astral substances in a
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    • which our ordinary normal consciousness encounters as physical
    • animal life on the earth, nor the plant life, nor the activity in the
    • external vision of normal consciousness does not tell us much about
    • fills one inwardly, one is filled as by some normal act of perception
    • of one's normal consciousness.” We must speak of such an
    • inorganic, devoid of life; on the other hand, we have its etheric body
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    • cited as the normal members of the several hierarchies; but we have
    • normal spirits. In our present cycle of time there are Luciferic
    • group-souls are the normal and proper offspring of the Spirits of
    • are those who resisted the normal path, and have remained in
    • opposition to the normal Spirits of Motion. These Luciferic Spirits of
    • just as are the normal offspring of the Spirits of Motion. They too,
    • “Where then are the normal Spirits of Motion now, who, during the
    • normally-developed Spirits of Motion reveal themselves? An example
    • Age, have as their Regent the normally-developed Spirits of Motion.
    • at another time from another planet. Thus these normally developed
    • their normal evolution. Many other impulses also come from this
    • designated as the normally-developed Spirits of Motion.
    • normal evolution?
    • normally-developed Spirit of Motion working down from a planet and
    • inspiring him. We now reach the point of seeking for the normal
    • sense that we have to seek for the normal Spirits of Motion as working
    • the sun. We have to seek the impulse of the normally-developed Spirits
    • (for we must seek the normal Spirits of Wisdom there) we can no longer
    • proceeds from the normal spirits flows together in a unity. New when
    • nor do I now say that the Sun-spirit of Wisdom alone shone through the
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    • Thus, while in general, for the normal formation of the mineral, the
    • through their complete normal process of evolution; they work, as has
    • reached a point where we can point again to the enormous significance
    • addition to the Spirits of Wisdom who have progressed normally, those
    • because the normal Spirits of Wisdom have as companions those who have
    • own, only that reflected as sunlight. Quite normal Spirits of Wisdom
    • circumstances that certain normal Spirits of Wisdom renounced their
    • presented symbolically to the imagination, as a normal Spirit of
    • occult vision to a fixed star, we first of all encounter the normal
    • normal Spirits of Wisdom were active; but everywhere Luciferic spirits
    • are mingled with the normal Spirits of Wisdom, and bring physical
    • forces; through the combined working of the normal spirits of the
    • is the starry world through the normal Spirits of Wisdom; it became
    • which is at the normal point of its evolution, and which appears to us
    • individual systems. We shall not depend on names, nor on the creeds of
    • dwell in the North or in the South, East or West. But when we look
    • northern and the stars of our northern heavens become visible, and
    • then the northern part of our earth turns to the south and perceives
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    • anything that appears above in the heavens, nor that works out of the
    • earth, nor between heaven and earth. You shall not worship anything
    • fellowman, nor upon his servants, nor upon the other creatures by
    • your midst; there will be no miscarriage nor barrenness in your land,
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    • this age? It was the era in which it was normal for man to depend
    • closed. Man could no longer have converse with it in his normal state
    • spiritual world has gradually become completely closed to man's normal
    • before Damascus. This will then become the normal condition for many
    • last centuries in this light will be neither surprised nor exhalted
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    • neither animals nor plants, but stand between the two, by bacilli and
    • first completely ignore all that concerns man in this. Let us consider
    • experience just here on earth. Thence the abnormal, the singular, in
    • Cross — neither they nor those who live in their surroundings
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    • of the enormous influence of the Mystery of Golgotha. The capacity has
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    • thing as one universal morality for all mankind, nor is there an
    • unchangeable Moral Law: that there exists only one norm which
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    • since that time that an inorganic natural science could arise,
    • because the human being began to grasp purely inorganic laws. Now for
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    • and for this to lead in the normal way into sleep. So too, the
    • inner being what neither parents, nor teachers, nor even the old
    • thesis nor be accepted as a university lecturer. At most he might
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    • culture of Southern Europe, or in certain districts of Northern
    • Europe and in Northern Africa doubts crept in as to whether the human
    • who had come from the Northern peoples and entered the civilization
    • with the various migrations from the North to the South. These
    • the nineteenth century, a vanishing minority. In general the people
    • active thinking has no room for sleepy nor for intellectual dreaming.
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    • really what the North American Indians felt when they saw European
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    • really I am not saying this as a joke, nor for the sake of being
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    • possible to demand this of our contemporaries nor would they take it
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    • breathing today. But that which was attainable in normal
    • My dear friends, it does not suffice, for the present age nor for the
    • creeds of our time will be very unwilling to fight time-honored
    • have to consider time-honored institutions: if one understands the
    • they are sacred, time-honored establishments; they are establishments
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    • be a historical fact; that we may be completely ignorant historically
    • To have historical knowing or to be historically ignorant in regard to
    • normal fashion which is not detrimental), he lives on in us, and what
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    • observe the sudden death of a human being caused by outer or abnormal
    • is suddenly delivered not only to the normal nature forces, but his
    • organism is treated by the bullet shot as if it were an inorganic,
    • lifeless body; it is completely relegated to the inorganic world.
    • undertakes to divest Socrates thoroughly of his philosophical honors.
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    • friend's house, and was again normal, the husband declared his
    • further and further. He says to himself: when such abnormal
    • neither in the personality nor in the matter of the outside
    • energy from one potential to another, nor even turn it back
    • authority, nor has it ever reigned so absolutely as in the
    • neither able nor willing to approach spiritual reality.
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    • example of academic ignorance, and ethics. I know of course
    • starting point from such normal effects of the subconscious,
    • itself lives. If our ego acts normally, has perfect soul
    • some reason unable to exert its normal power.
    • feeling something abnormal results. (See drawing: at the
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    • minds the fact that for all we experience in normal, everyday
    • honorable, to meet us in Devachan with any sort of
    • continually robs itself, nor that a beautiful one contributes
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    • feelings, in short, all that goes on in our souls under normal
    • which our normal soul activities give us information in
    • normal consciousness. If the human soul acquires,
    • nature and neither the eye nor the consciousness has any
    • normal sight, pictures in color or anything else, we can alter
    • normal and blinding light do we injure our eyes. Thus it may be
    • normal consciousness, we do not react upon ourselves. Our
    • — this being the normal feeling about lies — if
    • felt the normal horror and disgust at his lie. In the
    • Through good, normal, and sincere feelings it gains, however,
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    • arise mainly abnormal phenomena which are usually called
    • abnormal pressing out of thoughts.
    • normally to have in consciousness should be pictures only, they
    • abnormal appearance.
    • incarnations may really be studied in the abnormalities
    • may imagine what enormous importance these things will attain
    • hallucinations and the kidney system, nor of the quiet
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    • Today a whole number of learned ignoramuses make the attempt to
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    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • nor Descartes took into consideration. I have spoken of this
    • nor a worker, but simply a believer; I am not speaking of
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    • themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this should not
    • be the case. It should be normal for a man to-day when awake,
    • identify ourselves with that which in the normal consciousness
    • stronger than they should be in the normal evolution of
    • built. If only man could have a normal consciousness by day
    • Bentham himself nor by his disciples but by those who stand on
    • the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere of the
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    • his rescue. He knows a secret of which even Zeus is ignorant, a secret
    • chained to the inorganic forces.
    • intelligence, the power of Manas is applied to the inorganic, to the
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    • Christianity first took root, in Asia Minor, Greece and Rome. But it
    • northern world. None of the currents which passed over the Flame-race,
    • the Star-race, the Greco-Roman race, got as far as the northern
    • regions. In the north there still remained something from the culture
    • was an initiate of the northern peoples. He is none other than the
    • Everywhere in these northern regions the Druid initiation was still
    • its chief founder, was named Sieg. And in these northern parts
    • Sieg was named Odin. Odin is the highest initiate of the northern
    • Sieg therefore was the Chela of the north who placed his body at the
    • foundation of Christianity. Sieg had to lead this northern culture to
    • its downfall. He is called upon to guide the northern peoples until
    • The ancient Chela Sieg is the one who had to lead the northern peoples
    • who had paved the way for the great initiate who is to lead the northern
    • northern Mysteries. “We have to be a race that is led to its
    • Mysteries of these northern peoples. The whole of the future event,
    • which was to take place in the future, was predicted in the northern
    • repetition is plainly to be seen in the north. We are shown how all
    • that has been experienced here in the north since the time of Lemuria
    • and Atlantis has to be overcome before these northern nations will
    • It expresses the fact that the northern peoples supplied the basis
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    • Last time I discussed the great initiates of the northern region. On
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    • what happened over enormous expanses of Atlantis during millennia.
    • impossible for man to appear in his present form, nor would the Sun
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    • and magic, nor of a superstitious meaning of some number. Its
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    • higher than the Archangels, when they pass through their normal
    • neither air nor water, you could not have stood, for there was no
    • Saturn had remained at the stage of their normal evolution and had
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    • Cherubim could not act in a normal way upon the Archangels, they sent
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    • behind, or at least had progressed normally in their development.
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    • not an Ego which dwells on earth as the man has. Nor is he developing
    • nor to his etheric body.
    • in fact have seen a physical man and behind him an enormous figure,
    • There is an enormous difference between an etheric body like that of
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    • themselves. They could not have grown wicked of themselves, nor
    • could the Spirits of Personality, nor could the Spirits of Fire. For,
    • not with the Angels, nor the Archangels, nor the Spirit of
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    • recorded in history, nor is man dependent on receiving these
    • we know already that in normal human life there is a condition in
    • normal course of his life man is for some hours out of every
    • speaking into his ego. And the difference between a normal person of
    • astral body and the ego of the normal person are in a certain way
    • unorganised and lacking organs of perception when they withdraw from
    • that of building into his hitherto unorganised astral body, and ego,
    • at night the astral body and ego of normal persons still have these
    • The ordinary person living a normal life surrenders himself from morning
    • Effects do not fail to appear, but in this case abnormal forms (or if
    • often stated. Such a co-operation as normally only takes place at the
    • in which it is imprisoned during normal life; it must arrive at being
    • been said what this result must be. In normal cases it is only at the
    • normal human life. But this cannot be brought about by external,
    • must never be forgotten that in normal life man is contained within
    • which the gods have built for us and in which normally we live during
    • as normally the outer physical darkness is then at its densest, since
    • midnight-hour, at the time when the normal person is, so to say, most
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    • false, nonsensical abnormal concepts and forces, may be called into
    • peoples from old Atlantis to more northerly regions, touching
    • territories which now include England, the north of France, and
    • Men belonging to the northern stream were more adapted for the use of
    • among these northern men who showed them the way to the spiritual
    • this category belong the beings reverenced as the Northern Germanic
    • northern peoples had a greater gift for observing the world, the
    • we have the fundamental difference between the northern and the
    • enrichment may take place. If we follow up the northern stream of
    • ancient Indian culture. But more to the north, in the region of
    • instance of the path followed by initiates of the northern peoples.
    • this northern stream he development of the external bodily qualities
    • belonging to this northern stream, and only from them could be
    • type of the northern peoples. All the external forms of Zeus, of
    • Aphrodite, of Pallas Athene, are racial types of the north. Where it
    • hair, and the eyes are narrow and unlike the eyes of the northern
    • saying that the northern peoples worked at the production of a human
    • life). The northern races created the outer aspect of the image of
    • we have seen, the ideal before the more northern stream was the
    • developed in the northern evolutionary stream by the turning of the
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    • behind the soul world of man, while the other more northerly
    • which took place in the northern stream of peoples. Now these two
    • nor content. Hence only a word which excludes this ‘I’
    • world which is behind the sense world. Nor will it be a matter for
    • most advanced group of the northern stream of nations, namely the
    • ill will or ignorance may throw calumny on what has been here said;
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    • encountered one another. And if we remember that the northern stream
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    • themselves neither is good nor evil; but inasmuch as it influences
    • fully here — we must understand that what only belongs in minor
    • was already known, is to be in complete ignorance concerning the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • normally he is not aware. He feels it only when it is out of order.
    • perceive a color, but our judgment can neither change nor vitiate it;
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    • each of us, from his own particular locality, ignoring the harmonics,
    • than the ability to ignore them, it signifies increased strength in
    • soul to the spirit, where what normally appears as our inner life
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    • from without, nor bring them to us. That is the great secret of the
    • the son, nor the son from himself, but the son is descended from the
    • sensation that every normal human being would have, a certain sense
    • reasoning in a way that ignores the true nature of the countenance as
    • during the formation of the earth. Running from north to south are
    • the lack of symmetry on the earth. In the northern hemisphere we find
    • north nor toward the south, but had to take a direction at right
    • subconsciously convert a melody into a harmony, ignore the
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    • understanding of the soul life. Neither the soul life nor its
    • play an enormous role, for the entire soul life runs its course in
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    • what is normal and healthy, so that they are rendered unfit for life.
    • life, you will find that your ego plays a minor role in the process.
    • psychologist, for our normal life demands a certain balance between
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    • nor swerves nor shakes.
    • this statement ignored the most important factor, the very element
    • not reach a decision, nor does desire end in satisfaction, and yet no
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    • profitable and could lighten the burden of their lives enormously if
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    • either. Nor can reasoning coincide with the current from the future
    • right had it not been for his complete ignorance of every occult
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    • mention the meaning of visualization again, nor, in view of what we
    • habit of ignoring the spirit. Others in a certain way mixed into the
    • Aristotle nor for Brentano does this imply that the spirit ceases to
    • not admit it. Nor can it be admitted, as we shall see, from another
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    • transcended his normal way of cognition and risen to another.
    • Nor would we stand much chance of convincing those who
    • already, nor does the inner world of truth, which might be a
    • divine creation of souls nor the creative production of new human
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    • nor can all this ever have any foundation as such, because, as he
    • higher soul forces in a healthy, normal way? How can we proceed from
    • visualizations, nor, on the other hand, by forces that lead us into
    • constituted, cannot bring about through outer perception. Nor can a
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    • of the higher world by ignoring external perceptions and devoting
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    • the year? Wonderful Fire Festivals in the northern and central regions
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    • in Norway during the last ten to fifteen years and has become familiar
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    • extermination was caused by malice, ignorance, enmity towards
    • accusation is, of course, made by people whose ignorance of the Gnosis
    • is on a par with their ignorance of Anthroposophy. There is no
    • peoples from the North, the concept of Jesus came to the fore. In the
    • the concept of Christ was inadequate, so in the North was man's
    • came down from Scandinavia, from the North of present-day Russia,
    • been prepared. They had been prepared by the old Northern Mysteries.
    • from the source and content of the Northern Mysteries the deep secret
    • The principles underlying the Northern Mysteries were quite different
    • from those underlying the Mysteries of Asia Minor and of the South.
    • The experiences underlying the Northern Mysteries were more intimately
    • to what the ancient Mysteries of the North, for example, signified for
    • the Northern Mysteries with the whole evolution of the universe, arose
    • of these ancient Northern Mysteries.
    • fact that in the third millennium before Christ, in certain Northern
    • Much of the content of the ancient Northern Mysteries lived on — if
    • Nature-Mysteries. The Southern practice spread towards the North,
    • North had entered into an age when individual intelligence began to
    • what had once been the essence and content of the Northern Mysteries.
    • Northern Mysteries. The symbol had moved eastward. Spiritual science
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    • that the tenor and mood of the human soul has undergone great changes
    • more wide-awake consciousness than that prevailing in normal life. The
    • possible. Nor could mathematics or geometry be grasped in the way they
    • really is nor why it is so called. It is quite well known, because as
    • alienation from reality, is incapable of grasping these things. Nor is
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    • The peoples from the North were swarming down towards the South of
    • were also rife in North Africa, in Asia Minor — in short, wherever
    • the North and South of Europe, and within this pagan mind there lived
    • occurred on the earth, nor would occur thereafter. And so this one
    • Principle which knows neither birth nor death is the Spirit into which
    • Being with the man Jesus of Nazareth. Nor can we look up into the
    • fact when we know that the Mass is nothing more nor less than a
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    • minor parts which compose them, belongs to the general history of the
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    • communicating wisdom to them in the form of pure thought, nor could
    • them; he could not have communicated messages from a higher world, nor
    • a human body which was really neither suited to nor well adapted to
    • the destiny to which a normal man — as man — is subject, did
    • difference between this Teacher and the normal man was even greater
    • physical plane and Devachan, it is normal for the Bodhisattvas to
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    • containing water — and two metal balls of the normal temperature
    • ignorant of this law we cannot help him with advice. — When we
    • finger nor the astral finger. If I cut my finger in two, the etheric
    • we normally have in life, but we brought with us a reserve fund, which
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • evil, nor act from his own impulses. He could only have acted from
    • nor could he be led into untruth. Thus did the tendency to lying and
    • one must not expect that to be done in a short time nor even in a
    • divine-spiritual world, but for normal humanity the time set in when
    • nor is it necessary that they should. For Christ will not return in
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    • by normal means or not, — the gift of clairvoyance. But this
    • in his normal state he was not so conscious of his ego as he became
    • about the same time another new Messiah appeared in North Africa;
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    • different kinds of Initiation: that of the North, described in more
    • Initiation. In the Northern Initiation, on the other hand, the object
    • North with the mystical contraction of the South. This gives an
    • Northern and Southern initiations offer one example of two opposite
    • We have a primeval human being neither man nor woman, unity as yet
    • a thing, did not completely pass from the earlier form into the normal
    • descend so far as the normal point necessary for rightly expressing
    • body on the other hand sprang just as far beyond that normal point as
    • deeply than the normal into materiality, and manifests this in its
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    • olden times the soul possessed a certain clairvoyance as a normal
    • appears atavistically, and only in abnormal cases. No blame should
    • normal way as far as the intellectual soul; for then only could the
    • Northern and Central Europe had a different one again. They all had to
    • in the North, no such lofty culture was sunk into the soul. It
    • Northern Europe had prematurely developed the ego in the
    • in a different way than anywhere else in the world. In Northern Europe
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    • We shall discover that during our normal life on earth we are able to
    • We do not study spiritual science for the sake of curiosity, nor from
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    • From this time onward neither the Christ principle nor Lucifer can
    • specially considered people who reach a normal age in life.
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    • through death a less moral tenor of soul. This makes a great
    • deprecate those doctrines; we honor them as highly as any Hindu.
    • will deteriorate more and more if men remain in ignorance of Christ
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    • moving from one place to another. Nor can one bring anything to one
    • there lived a certain personality named Norbert, who founded an
    • But where is he? In Sweden at Norrköping I drew attention to yet
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    • Furthermore, if we ignore them, we shall be less and less able to
    • gain a true knowledge of our own being. If we ignore the conditions
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    • thinking nor by willing, but can surrender to what is purely felt.
    • unconscious impulses also play a part. In our normal waking state on
    • are sometimes different from our normal ego-consciousness without our
    • to these happenings. Of all else he is ignorant. In general he
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    • what happens in the normal course of the day.
    • but the effect of lunar influences is completely ignored by
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    • but such people are in a minority. There are more and more people who
    • panorama before the soul. People who go through life thoughtlessly
    • greater wisdom than is normally realized. Then we can also picture
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    • future it will occur quite normally that a person will feel that the
    • compensation. If one remains ignorant of the reason, one does in fact
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    • portion of an enormous number of possibilities. We are continually
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    • normally would have served a physical earthly existence. What happens
    • lives had run their courses under normal circumstances. Then reflect
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    • birth. In normal cases, although there are many exceptions, a sense
    • longs for his physical body, and in normal cases this longing holds
    • inordinate longing for certain things within earthly conditions and
    • are not connected with earthly life in the normal way. This is no
    • the kingdoms of the earth through natural science. Nor should we
    • ignore the fact that everything a man receives from the earth is
    • deliberately to ignore his imperfections, he would, it is true,
    • inscribe them as described, but they would have no light nor would
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    • of the earth. The earth is neither a mere transitional stage, nor a
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    • altogether believe what you tell me about the force of gravity, nor
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    • external object, nor can they hang as it were in the air. In the
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    • are neither Spiritists nor Idealists; they are quite ordinary
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    • altogether believe what you tell me about the force of gravity, nor
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    • external object, nor can they hang as it were in the air. In the
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    • are neither Spiritists nor Idealists; they are quite ordinary
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    • normally-constituted man of today as against a sufferer. This is
    • blood in the veins, and as in the normal man consciousness is created
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    • did not think of sin as being a fault in the ordinary sense nor one
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    • nor would certain souls in the present age have possessed the
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    • that a temporising treatment showed neither fewer cures nor more
    • prescription. The patient would not yield, nor would his friends. A
    • with those forms of illness leading neither to a real cure nor to
    • an abnormal oscillation to and fro of the forces, but in spite of
    • shame. The worst of it is that for the most we are ignorant that we
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    • normal life, namely, sleeping and waking, and we shall then find
    • subconscious. In normal life, when asleep, we ourselves are
    • spiritual world? Because in normal life to see the spiritual facts and
    • the normal person the Ego is not sufficiently strong, it reacts upon
    • external events. Neither our faculty of sight nor our faculty of
    • members of man are linked together in the case of a normal person. Let
    • the normal condition.
    • certain normal standard is necessary for the penetration of the astral
    • principles of his being which we find in a normal waking state. As
    • than it normally should, it brings about something similar to what
    • physical bodies than should normally take place, we shall see the
    • body which normally should not develop any consciousness within us,
    • trying to awaken within us, we become ill. Illness is an abnormal
    • waking condition of our astral body. What is it we do when in normal
    • health and illness in the following way. Illness is an abnormal
    • awakening within man of the astral body, and health is the normal
    • must be manifested. There is an abnormal awakening, and so we can
    • expect an abnormal consciousness. A consciousness of some kind there
    • regular normal relationship to the physical and etheric bodies, and
    • the physical body and the etheric body in such a way in an abnormal
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    • not perceived in the normal state, a process is already taking place
    • than normal. In such a case, precisely because of this defective
    • these beings then experienced, nor in the effects of their
    • describe as the normal? When our present solar system organised itself
    • which would intervene in the normal cosmic phenomena and bring about
    • events which, on the old Moon, were highly beneficial and normal, but
    • which, when they work on the Earth existence to-day, are abnormal and
    • volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, nor may we ourselves
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    • up a training that is rational and normal. So we can say that a person
    • the etheric body. That is why neither logic nor persuasion will have
    • enormous amount it will seldom be found that what has been learnt will
    • will then have kept to the normal course in the same way as
    • dispositions develop and change in a normal way in ordinary life. In
    • in this consciousness which is possessed normally for instance by
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    • are ignored, and the consequence is that one particular species is
    • person would be ignorant of the fact that the birth and death of a
    • the human Ego. It knows neither birth nor death; it is continually
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • the soul, the normal relationship of soul and the body should come
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    • that which the normally progressing Spiritual Beings of the
    • the Hierarchies and say: Those who go through their normal evolution
    • Through these powers who are going through a normal evolution on their
    • who evolved in a normal way on the old Moon and whose opponent is
    • for our sake, so that we may in a normal way express what these beings
    • even in normal circumstances men will have more and more before them
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    • as a human earth person, a normal sense-being within the sense world.
    • abnormalities are the mirror image of what could be noble virtues in
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    • live absolutely and entirely within myself, ignoring the other beings
    • sympathies sympathetic nor the antipathies antipathetic. This would
    • to an extent that would be impossible were he to remain normally in
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    • people nor human settlements to be found, and in time this state of
    • normal laws of the physical world — that is, it comes to life
    • it easy for Lucifer to lift human beings out of the normal progress
    • normal development will easily notice from the three things
    • within our own souls like hermits, nor is it necessary to devote
    • nor perceiving. It is a thinking that is as alive in the soul as
    • ahrimanic element, mere listening; he shuts out neither the one nor
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    • domains, where normally they live and work, and that bad effects come
    • ahead with painting, for here neither Lucifer nor Ahriman can get at
    • developed in our soul. But neither the impressions nor the feeling,
    • can no longer see nor hear, no longer are able, to think or feel or
    • divine-spiritual beings of normal earth evolution have condemned him
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    • understanding, of an ideally normal ascent into the spiritual world,
    • ideally normal ascent out of the question.
    • a relatively normal development. In Scene Nine, Astrid and Luna
    • just these two soul forces. This is still a comparatively normal
    • development. It would have been completely normal for Maria to have
    • normal development scarcely exists. Let me emphasize that the soul
    • still has a highly normal development.
    • deviates considerably from the normal. First of all, his double
    • present nor for the moment have you any future. You are what you have
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    • the spiritual part moves from the northern to the southern hemisphere
    • when Summer is approaching in the north. But that does not alter the
    • surroundings cannot explain it to him, nor do the facts of life
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    • the visions of the clairvoyant arise, nor those visions either which
    • evolves further, just as the north and south poles have to come
    • for the animals, nor for the angels; these have quite other missions.
    • knowledge of the normal consciousness knows little of these things.
    • become conscious that in us lies the point where the North and the
    • not given to the normal consciousness to know that something within
    • normal consciousness. We shall participate in Divine spiritual
    • when the normal consciousness has come to an end, consciousness
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    • normal and regular manner, and also what has remained from the past.
    • science nor of art was Rome in any way original. When Rome conquered
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    • lulled into the luciferic dream, nor could Rome be hardened as these
    • the right and normal course of his evolution. It is rightfully
    • souls shall, in the normal and right progress of their evolution, let
    • opposition against the normal evolution of humanity.
    • of the normal evolution of mankind. The influence of Genghis Khan's
    • Along with this normal process whereby the scene of action of man's
    • America from Asia. Thus, normal forces developed through the discovery
    • with a history that runs a normal course.
    • what was happening quite rightly in the normal course of progress.
    • in the normal direction. Over against a figure like Machiavelli, who
    • So we can follow the several streams in history. We shall find normal
    • Remember what I said just now, that normal evolution seeks to progress
    • wants perpetually to go faster, faster than normal evolution can go.
    • presentations of Jesus' life. Nor do you need to read only the
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    • to the man of today, and under normal circumstances he knows little of
    • push up, to be sure, into the ordinary soul life but they are normally
    • covered over and unperceived in modern normal life.
    • death. It was thus that he had to receive the secrets. Nor were they
    • degree toward anyone in particular, nor toward any single soul among
    • forget as quickly as we do what we receive, nor let so much of what is
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    • of those powers we call the normal hierarchies, whereby the quality of
    • normal powers to avert from the Greeks the danger inherent in the plan
    • resuscitate Atlantean impulses by reckoning, not with the normal
    • ordinary normal consciousness. Knowledge of man's life of soul is not
    • that culture is really created by an interworking between the normal
    • the ahrimanic forces and the normal progressive forces. The minds of
    • number, and connected therewith is the misery of the minority, just as
    • era; it is a problem that arises in complete conformity with normal
    • the moral would be to work in the direction of the normal forces of
    • the normal task of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. It should rightly
    • Lucifer but to conquer his forces for progressive human culture. Nor
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    • striving toward the True, the Beautiful and the Good, the normally
    • side with the insight into the normal worlds. The one thus initiated
    • become capable of dishonoring the symbol of the Cross and the holy
    • the most dreadful crimes, which normally lived in their subconscious
    • is not to be wondered at; nor is it to be wondered at that people also
    • is distinguished in a special way. You know that the magnetic north
    • pole is located at a different point from that of the geographic north
    • pole. Magnetic needles everywhere point toward the magnetic north pole
    • North America where the magnetic north pole lies, these magnetic
    • in the north it goes straight, and in the region of old Lemuria it
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    • neither Locke, nor Hume, nor Darwin, nor Montesquieu — is willing
    • take this walk nor have this business if everything I have just
    • Nor will they respect these things much since they say, “Well,
    • themselves mere instruments of heavenly activities, nor did it work
    • today, very much has become veiled from humanity. Nor will what was
    • an Isis nor an Osiris cult will appear. Something else will arise that
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    • were spread over the regions now called India, Persia, Armenia, North
    • originated more in the North. Much has filtered into it also, but in
    • North or of the Earth. Now this stream which developed first as
    • North things rose out of Economics, out of the life of Industry. The
    • customs as are described in accounts of ancient Nordic civilization,
    • the North, the path had to lead from below upwards. Mankind had to be
    • nor saturated with legalities from Rome, we do often find this
    • where the Economic life is derived from the Mysteries of the North, we
    • characteristic in expression is that which came from the North to the
    • never had any others nor sought them. Thus assertions arise today, and
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    • normal course of evolution in Europe were such thought-forms
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    • maintain full control; standing beside us is a normal and healthy
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    • which cosmic development of the human form was not yet possible; nor
    • to appear only later, nor could it be the form of an animal of that
    • super-sensible. It cannot enter a mineral, a plant, or an animal, nor
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    • the flowers so abstractly, nor form such abstract mental pictures of
    • stream of existence passed through man in a normal, orderly way, as it
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    • times, which is nowadays so superficially ignored; for those old
    • circles, ignoring the insignificant distance between them, the same
    • were none at the time of the old Druids, nor even writing: what the
    • well — even over as far as Norway — are to be found many
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    • the allotted time to consider each separate planet, nor is it
    • touch it: we have not the reality represented by the rosebush. Nor is
    • years ago, nor will it be three hundred years hence. — Similarly,
    • ago, cannot be disproved, nor would it be of any avail to occupy
    • ignore the world of animals and men — is withdrawn by the earth
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    • Man is on the one hand facing the Beings of the normally
    • connected with the external warmth. Men of northern regions, on the
    • impulse. Just consider the men of the north. They are known by their
    • connected with the fact that these men of the north are obliged to
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    • direct line, not in the direction which goes from west to east, nor
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    • able to think about our sense-perceptions, nor should we be able to
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    • fire-water-fire-water; but this is nothing more nor less than the
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    • into the hot sultry air: now the gods love me. Nor how little the man
    • a historical nor even through a clairvoyant historical vision of
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    • carried from the north-west as the elements of cold and damp, and
    • from the north-east, the dry cold, and what drifted over from the
    • fiery dryness; that which drifts over from the north, from Asia must
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    • to the Mystery pupils in Northern Greece — between the lesser
    • of the Northern Greek Mysteries through his gaze having been first
    • so they were seen in the Samothracian Mysteries, the Northern Greek
    • naturalistically nor in a moral way. It was something in which
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    • portrayed to you, the Mysteries of Asia Minor, the Mysteries of
    • the oldest times was not a spinning of thoughts; nor investigation by
    • investigation through observation nor was it calculation; it really
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    • approach life; and it is well that neither gold nor the sun can
    • carbon played an enormous part in the ancient Mysteries. On the one
    • one definite time. None but an ignorant man was then unaware that
    • philosophy of Aristotle, and which then played such an enormous part
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    • much a part of human nature as colors, forms, and inorganic
    • example, that a man with slightly abnormal vision looks through
    • any rate mildly psychopathic, not quite “normal.”
    • to North, from North to South, and then decides that the forces
    • that set the needle in the North-South direction lie in the
    • ways upon the fertilized germ. Nor do we ask: Is it perhaps
    • Today I only wish to indicate the tenor of our studies as a
    • disappear. They are not to be found — nor are they to be
    • knowledge to a corresponding metabolic process. Nor is there
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    • outer, inorganic nature. This is the sense in which we say that
    • apply all the ideas and laws derived in the inorganic world to
    • shall have to show that this is neither an inorganic
    • interchange nor merely a process of interchange mediated by the
    • and characterized by natural science as inorganic lawfulness is
    • only to the fact that the outer, inorganic lawfulness is
    • natural scientific, inorganic mode of observation. In fact,
    • possible to the inorganic organization. He needs it thus, and
    • become as close as possible to the inorganic. The purely
    • foods that have now become entirely inorganic so to speak, are
    • the inorganic particles of protein, let us say, are transformed
    • living after the chyle has become as inorganic as possible.
    • vitalizing process whereby the inorganic is drawn into the
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    • for the metabolism to press too far if the metabolism is normal
    • life. Nor does the action of breathing get tired. So when it is
    • abnormalities of the sexual life.
    • consider what appears normal in the region of the ear —
    • why do we call it normal? Because it appears precisely as it
    • other reason for us to call it normal. But consider now the
    • way we advise around the abnormal organ (for instance around
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    • the so-called normal functions are regarded as being,
    • ascending from the essentially inorganic, as it were, to the
    • inorganic substance — which is still, however, on the
    • means that a process is strongly on its way to the inorganic, a
    • human being, is nearest of all to the inorganic.
    • are so many inorganic, which is to say so many purely physical
    • the inorganic.
    • organism, for silicic acid has an affinity for this inorganic
    • inorganic. When you find silicic acid in a flower, you
    • inorganic. Thus we can relieve the sense organs by
    • closely approximates the inorganic. Thus everything we
    • that when the substance appears in the inorganic realm it has
    • tending gradually to the inorganic. The human organism takes
    • of the plant is least of all transformed into inorganic matter.
    • of the appropriate interaction between the inorganic element
    • elements that are on their way to the inorganic state —
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    • determined natural processes is abnormal in relation to the healthy
    • views are able to gather their forces; one must be able to honor the
    • on the organic out of the inorganic, to delineate properly the concept of
    • see before us on the one hand the so-called normal human being and on
    • see how something can arise that takes a normal activity in the human
    • organism and develops it excessively into something abnormal. And then
    • we consider a human organism as abnormal. I do not want to dwell
    • particularly on these expressions, normal and abnormal, but they ought to
    • will become evident that the normal simply passes in transition into the
    • so-called abnormal, but for a preliminary discussion these expressions,
    • normal and abnormal, can certainly be used.
    • When we encounter the normal human organization, we see that in the
    • gradually become accustomed to crystallizing a kind of normal picture,
    • with people, a picture that guides us to consider as normal a person who,
    • (see drawing): if I draw a circle around the normal formation of the
    • that normally would strive inward in carcinoma-formation and there fully
    • emancipate itself; it would unite itself with something that is a normal
    • through the abnormality of his organization to the point where the
    • us from the normal into the pathological. I would like to show you what
    • must be sought between those normal human capacities that are unable to
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    • matter what happens and who take up aging in a normal way, as it were,
    • period of childhood. You can see from this, however, that in normal
    • yesterday occurs. If the normal degree of organization-forces is
    • accord with its normal shape and normal structure. If we have not done
    • soul-spiritual, which otherwise functions in a normal way, begins to
    • that simply by describing soul-spiritual abnormalities one can arrive
    • mad deviates from life's normal standard. Anything unusual is
    • from normal life. But to remain stuck in simple description should not
    • less strongly than normal allows something to precipitate out, so to
    • literature that merely describe the soul-spiritual abnormalities, so
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    • those who, out of an unlimited ignorance concerning what they are
    • course one-sidedly, in the way that one normally pictures things, so
    • that healthy processes are simply designated as normal. Rather we look
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    • take place, because the same functional system that is normally active
    • normally take place as breakdown processes only in the nerve-sense
    • this is the case, the human being is organized in the normal way, as
    • means only physically — to the way it normally works when
    • blood activity would proliferate beyond its normal extent,
    • too much phosphorus, where the function that phosphorus is normally
    • that are normally anchored in phosphorus outside in nature are active
    • brings back the soul activity, returning the condition to normal.
    • human being with outer, inorganic nature becomes transparent. What I
    • inorganic substances. One need only pursue this in detail. It is
    • that is proceeding abnormally and must be countered.
    • insult of some sort. We may therefore say that the normal condition
    • organism. It extends itself beyond its proper measure. Then abnormal
    • say, “I believe them,” nor does one rashly refuse them; rather one
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    • colours, forms and inorganic forces now seem to us part and parcel of
    • consciousness. Suppose, for example, a man with not so very abnormal
    • not quite ‘normal’ — and, indeed, not altogether
    • to North, from North to South, and then decides that the forces which
    • want to indicate the tenor of our studies as a whole. The human
    • Knowledge to a corresponding metabolic process. Nor is there any
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    • inorganic world to the solid parts of man's being, whereas we
    • inorganic permutation nor merely a process of permutation negotiated
    • natural science as inorganic law, is here functioning in the
    • we merely pay heed to the fact that the complex of outer, inorganic
    • scientific, inorganic mode of observation. In effect, the product of
    • possible to the inorganic state. He needs it thus, and this again
    • the intestinal wall, it has become practically inorganic. The purely
    • inorganic realm) are led over into the realm of life. The
    • occurring when the inorganic particles of albumen, let us say, are
    • has become almost inorganic.
    • process whereby inorganic substance is raised to the organic stage,
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    • so be that the metabolism is normal, while the head organisation
    • abnormalities of the sexual life.
    • instance — that which occurs normally in the region of the ear,
    • why do we call it normal? Because it appears precisely as it does in
    • normal. But consider now the special circumstances, the special
    • to what is normal in the region of the ear. Then there will grow at
    • the way we advise around the abnormal organ — for instance
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    • unintelligible unless the so-called normal functions are regarded as
    • say of a curve ascending, as it were, from the essentially inorganic
    • over into the realm of the most delicate inorganic substance —
    • an active process is on its way to an inorganic state which is still
    • sense-organs nor the system of nerves and senses as a whole are in
    • nearest of all to the inorganic state.
    • there are so many inorganic, so many purely physical and chemical
    • inorganic.
    • affinity with these inorganic activities at the periphery. We drive
    • the inorganic state. When silicic acid is present in any flower you
    • on to the inorganic state. Thus we can relieve the sense-organs by
    • finally comes very near to the inorganic. Thus everything we
    • that when the substance appears in the inorganic realm, it has the
    • tending gradually to the inorganic state. The human organism takes
    • all transformed into inorganic matter. Therefore it has the longest
    • between what the organism produces by way of inorganic material, as a
    • elements that are on their way to the inorganic state — akin,
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    • can give no answer to this question, and it shows ignorance of itself
    • ancient tradition of the time-honored world-conceptions of the
    • and obtained influence over enormous numbers of people. He always
    • old political form, nor with the old form of culture. They came to
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    • Thus, neither by nationalization nor communalization, nor by the
    • from an ethical, nor from a merely economic point of view; we speak
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    • ‘What is really meant by public rights? It is neither more nor
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    • northwest of Switzerland, this building is the outer representative
    • quite ignorant of the reason of their disapproval. From official
    • enormous prejudice entertained against all research into the higher
    • old-fashioned system of normal training, with its stereotyped rules
    • pedagogy of the future will not be a normal science; it will be a
    • child's nature. No abstract normal training can confirm this sight;
    • World-War. Neither the Peace of Versailles nor that of St. Germain
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    • the conditions of ownership. and that means neither more nor less
    • neither more nor less than a system of trading. Social life is a
    • forming the community could not make their individual will felt. Nor
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    • in the human soul, which are related just as the north and south
    • in north-west Switzerland, where spiritual science has erected the
    • out that the so-called idealists are by no means the most ignorant
    • it is only an excuse, to say that people are ignorant. In spiritual
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    • in the economic sense, nor can it be regarded as in any way a factor
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    • the other tailor will not produce it any more cheaply nor more
    • speaking neither idealistically nor ethically, but from an
    • purely economic sense. It is neither a God, nor a moral law, nor an
    • prices will tend towards a mean. If under normal conditions (we shall
    • yet have to explain this word “normal ”) a middleman
    • interests of those producers who are on the side of Nature, nor of
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    • organism, at any rate when it is functioning normally, manages to
    • would otherwise unite with Nature in an inorganic way must be used up.
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    • But, ladies and gentlemen, life does not move towards the past, nor
    • Governments nor private people nowadays, it says, are inclined to
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    • “supply”; nor will it comprise all that precedes
    • Consumer, nor from that of the Producer. For the consumer something
    • point. You cannot think out the economic life, nor can you bring to
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    • speak of advantage or profit. Nor is this profit anything merely
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    • is an unfair competitor. For, in normal circumstances, nowadays, money
    • spent on education. This plays an enormous part in the economic life.
    • gift-money. Nor can it be any different in the case of that closed
    • purchase-money it still retains its former value. Nor need you
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    • themselves. So he was able to make an enormous profit.
    • special proletarians; such a thing will not yet exist, nor need we, on
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    • let a living man begin his life at the age of 25, nor should you let
    • its own accord. It cannot possibly be otherwise, nor does it make any
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    • and joined the Crusade. He fell ill in Asia Minor, and while he was
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    • there was no spiritual freedom. Nor is there freedom — there
    • English, nor do they speak German, nor Russian; their speech is such
    • North and the other to the South. Perhaps another man to whom this is
    • Universe which in the normal course we experience between death and a
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    • True, you do not see it with your eyes, nor hear it with your ears.
    • words, nor do we reason it out. The plants it is who tell us of it;
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    • God that we would not fight nor do battle for the minerals, the
    • plants, the animals, nor for man so long as he remained an
    • Nature, nor has he any knowledge of sub-human Nature. And these
    • Earth. Nor does the Jahve Being lose all part in man's life when man
    • he cannot nourish himself on air, nor live on warmth alone!
    • never eat nor drink, but only see and hear, be in fact a kind of
    • Nature and below man. For ignorance on these matters would
    • and obsessed, nor from turning people into liars and self-seekers and
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    • ether-body as such. At once we have the panorama of our earthly life
    • on the Earth. Unaware of it as we are in our normal consciousness, we
    • task and the more manifold. Nor do you merely make your own body for
    • nor can you ever alter it while you are here; you can change
    • Earth was until the Mystery of Golgotha, nor as it still continued,
    • of Michael. Nor is true comprehension proved in any other way
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    • there was no spiritual freedom. Nor is there freedom — there
    • English, nor do they speak German, nor Russian; their speech is such
    • North and the other to the South. Perhaps another man to whom this is
    • Universe which in the normal course we experience between death and a
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    • more material and substantial manner. Nor need I remind you of how
    • True, you do not see it with your eyes, nor hear it with your ears.
    • words, nor do we reason it out. The plants it is who tell us of it;
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    • God that we would not fight nor do battle for the minerals, the
    • plants, the animals, nor for man so long as he remained an
    • Nature, nor has he any knowledge of sub-human Nature. And these
    • Earth. Nor does the Jahve Being lose all part in man's life when man
    • he cannot nourish himself on air, nor live on warmth alone!
    • never eat nor drink, but only see and hear, be in fact a kind of
    • Nature and below man. For ignorance on these matters would
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    • ether-body as such. At once we have the panorama of our earthly life
    • on the Earth. Unaware of it as we are in our normal consciousness, we
    • task and the more manifold. Nor do you merely make your own body for
    • nor can you ever alter it while you are here; you can change
    • Earth was until the Mystery of Golgotha, nor as it still continued,
    • of Michael. Nor is true comprehension proved in any other way
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    • during which the human being was neither wholly asleep nor wholly
    • spiritual beings to whom he can no longer look up with normal senses
    • normally. He has been, as it were, cast out of his home, the
    • in a spiritual world that can no longer be penetrated by the normal
    • normally been able to perceive. The human being now sees only man's
    • ignore this event of the return of Christ, the vision of Christ in
    • In trying to say not a word too much nor a word too
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    • spiritual world only through an abnormal development or by following
    • special methods. The normal state for modern man is to be able to
    • the “Akashic Chronicle,” that the normal faculties of the
    • especially under certain abnormal conditions. Even then, it came by
    • said, is not one of the normal faculties of a human being of our day,
    • as nonexistent simply because the normal perception of our day cannot
    • the kingdoms of heaven,” for the human being normally is no
    • any longer that the human being can ascend normally to the spiritual
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    • female body we thus have something that has remained behind normal
    • If we take our earth and the sun as representing normal
    • evolutionary stages, the comet has not advanced to this normal stage.
    • point of normal earthly existence. Just as in the present moon we
    • impression of having come to a halt before reaching the normal,
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    • Spain and found many followers. In North Africa one who presented
    • normal human faculties, will again grow into the land of Shamballa,
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    • significance of this age? It was the era in which it was normal for
    • could no longer frequent the spiritual world in his normal state of
    • gradually been completely closed to man's normal consciousness, so
    • become the normal condition for a number of people.
    • of the last centuries in this light will be neither astonished nor
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    • nor the feminine body, with the exception of the head, is properly
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    • us. Just as the magnet has north and south poles, just as light and
    • standing, moving neither hand nor foot, never turning his eyes away
    • normal way. One can therefore say that ordinary sleep is sleep in
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    • an ill, abnormal way, as in the cases that are usually submitted to
    • more normal situation, in which souls under present circumstances
    • normal conditions this etheric body is assimilated by the cosmos.
    • suppressed, journeys that in past times had been made from Northern
    • boats would cross from Norway to America for certain purposes (I
    • nothing of this honored company but the bones, the skeletal system.
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    • colonists from Asia Minor to the island of Ireland. At that time
    • who were at that time transplanted from Asia Minor and who were to
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    • between these two realms. As I have said, under normal conditions
    • refer now not to exceptional incidents but to normal cases.)
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    • of the soul, nor did the whole experience attain to such a degree of
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    • ourselves alone nor our community, nor our nation, nor even only for
    • moral teachings; nor is there anything sentimental about his way of
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    • Universe.” Nor was Man regarded as a microcosm, as a little
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    • conditions in which man is even normally outside his body. Then it
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    • conditions in which man is even normally outside his body. Then it
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    • to what past centuries have brought. Nor will it be long before those
    • to a more inward life. And anyone can feel this, even if he ignore the
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    • and slips down into the physical body. As I said, we have normally
    • condition of soul that is normal, taking in sense impressions from
    • between waking and sleeping quite normally to experience something of
    • hand; we enter it unconsciously as soon as we fall asleep in a normal
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    • at his son-in-law's strength, but neither the king nor his daughter
    • of glass, and in the stomach of the glass king was an enormous
    • ear nor hear tones with the eye. The outer accords with the inner. In
    • intellectual soul nor the consciousness soul had yet been developed;
    • strength nor any rough force. By means of the consciousness soul we
    • here nor there but everywhere where there is anyone who can observe
    • its constant repetition minor details are altered — people have
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    • normal course of man's development give him his freedom — give
    • the senses nor conceived by the intellect. These forces transplant the
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    • and are transported in a certain abnormal, atavistic way into the
    • breaking up around him, nor he himself who lives in the immediate
    • nor the Present, of which he, the despot, is the representative. The
    • side nor the other, but in that which is above them both. — And
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    • were allowed by the normal, progressive spiritual Beings to work in
    • is characteristic of ignorance to condemn what it cannot comprehend
    • is this: The path to holiness via ignorance may possibly be smooth,
    • (on the Goetheanum hill) can well be ignored; when they will not
    • in the healthy, normal state of consciousness. — All these
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    • animals were capable of metamorphosis — nor did they transmit
    • bodily physiognomy. Nor could he do anything to prevent this if he
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    • nor the heaving ocean could the ego learn to develop those impulses
    • ego, nor the course of the year in his astral nature, he did experience
    • ignorant of the nature of our own organism, do not know what to do with
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    • it needs when it gazes back into the body; nor, as in the case of sculpture,
    • is no theorizing; this permeates the soul with inner force. Nor does
    • honoring its own dynamics, so it is not stage art if we have no artistic
    • Now man does not feel the dramatic element rising up from below, nor
    • spiritual element, which does not rain down upon forests nor erupt like
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    • religion, nor yet by a cognition, a science, derived wholly from the
    • northern land, he felt no possibility of reconciling, artistically,
    • and elevate and spiritualize, as never in the north, the forms he worked
    • He had fled with his northern
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    • changed, neither child nor mother move. The moment has been fixed. That
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    • can never become really tragic. Nor can the human being who leads an
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    • of the spirit. It should be seen, not explained. When I had the honor
    • one becomes a sculptor. The sculptor does nothing more nor less than
    • blood rhythm. The rhythm of breathing — a normal human being breathes
    • the blood rhythm, it originates in the metabolic system. In a normal
    • Therefore it is not just mimicry, nor mere dancing, but stands midway
    • is neither indicative nor sweeping but expressive gesture,
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    • of music — was that of the third, the major and minor third. Whereas
    • now it was brought completely within him. The major and minor third,
    • and with them the major and minor scales, took music right into man.
    • she has not yet recovered from a severe cold. During this Norwegian
    • ignore this fact. They see intellect as of greater reality. But phantasy
    • this material world spiritually; nor despise the gifts of scientific
    • Declamation has its home in the north; and is effective primarily through
    • as Nordic
    • Goethe introduced the recitative element into his Northern declamatory
    • circulation. Declamation was at home in the North where man lived in
    • the Northern poetic artist became a declamatory artist.
    • as Goethe knew only the North he was a declamatory artist and wrote
    • philistine nor pedant in this regard, I know how to value something
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    • here nor there; what matters is what sort of a person you are. In our
    • right approach, the right answer. An enormous amount depends on this
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    • examine it by itself, nor will he examine animals in an isolated way,
    • unnatural about it. But above all they have no idea how to think nor
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    • green, then the green must become red. It is of enormous importance
    • enormous gain to the child if the concentration on one subject for a
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    • embryo, an unborn child. The head is enormous and the rest of the
    • indeed there is an enormous amount one can learn there. In the
    • minority, whereas the girls lose by it if they are in the minority.
    • this time, through the whole tenor of our teaching, they will have
    • manufactured, nor, if they wear leather shoes, how the leather is
    • expected of him there, nor in Reading or Writing. Moreover they wrote
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    • a deviation from the normal life process; that certain facts which
    • affect human beings, and for which normal human functions are not in
    • the first place adapted, cause certain changes in the normal life
    • these fluids bore a certain ratio to one another in a normal organism,
    • possessed. If we ignore these facts, we cannot arrive at any
    • abnormal interaction of the fluids. Rokitansky achieved a brilliant
    • changes revealed in autopsies to the effect of the abnormal mixture of
    • the so-called normal processes in the human organism? Only a positive
    • deviations from normality are stated to exist, and then there are
    • process within the body. The natural process is called normal, the
    • morbid one abnormal, without showing why the process in the human
    • organism differs from normality. No practical treatment can be
    • Moreover, the term “abnormal” is an obstacle to understanding; why
    • should such-and-such a process in man be termed abnormal? Even a
    • only relatively “abnormal,” for to cut a piece of wood is “normal.”
    • normal as any other natural process. The task before us is to
    • processes, which are after all quite normal processes of nature, but
    • lower jaw and its appurtenances. This enormous jaw seems to weight
    • the higher animals with our own, but to ignore the changes in form and
    • action the normal properties of the muscle, as a substance affected by
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    • practising in North Styria, who published a contribution to the
    • is foreign to the organism, a process such as normally takes place
    • tendency is a repercussion of the abnormal action of the lower body
    • in normal life. But as the upper and lower spheres are not in correct
    • bound up with thoughts, which make him sweat until a normal
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    • another; whereas a genuine study of Nature would be a study of normal
    • observing normal processes — in the current sense of the term — in
    • Nature in a normal way, if diseased processes are normally present in
    • There is much here of enormous significance to medicine, but it can
    • We have three kinds of influence upon the human organism in its normal
    • metabolism. These three normal relationships must have some sort of
    • analogies in the abnormal relationships which we establish between the
    • which manifests itself if we prevent the plant from using its normally
    • Therefore, it is quite impossible that the normally adjacent structure
    • forces of nature, not normally present in man, to strengthen some
    • unknown point in time, from a merely inorganic to an organic activity.
    • first of all, not an abnormal but a normal process of nature. And the
    • process essential to the blood is certainly “normal,” and at the same
    • There indeed we have a process which is both normal and a standard
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    • university institution, you would cease to be a minority in opposition
    • disturb or destroy their correct and normal relationship. So that a
    • Now there is this peculiarity: the activities which normally proceed
    • text books on Pathology. These processes, normally proper to the lower
    • into the state of the normal or abnormal secretory processes of the
    • ignored. We are continually surrounded by light; light — as you will
    • something abnormal in the development of this transmuted light of the
    • atavistic clairvoyance. For after all, only the smallest minority of
    • bird groups which deviate from the normal type — the rudiments of the
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    • degree, neither the saline character nor the character of
    • it you find the blossoms and seed organs which are normally united to
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    • 25,920 of such “breaths” in the course of a normal life (the
    • nor deflect them;
    • clever Norwegian scholar described a process, which, as he quite truly
    • archaic way, now blocked because of the ignorance concerning the
    • The extra-terrestrial sphere is ignored and the earthly sphere is
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    • before conception. They are quite normal contrary or defensive
    • over their normal level, as it were. Ossification or sclerosis, e.g.,
    • particular factor that manifests itself normally in bone formation or
    • sclerosis, and only becomes abnormal with advancing age, in its own
    • later with the therapeutic aspect.) Ignoring this time factor, we may
    • infancy. Thus a normal tendency is obliterated too soon. And the
    • during childhood. This means, one should try to ensure the most normal
    • nor stopped too early.
    • normal, in critical cases.
    • Then we have to follow this relationship to the normal process that
    • comes about through the normal action of iron in the blood. You can
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    • Now let us turn to all the manifestations of sub-normal vesicular
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    • away from the blood the forces working normally by means of the iron,
    • especially potent in normalising the formation of the blood. It may
    • normal course can be, as it were, restored to their proper path, viz.,
    • opposite negative conditions exist, such, for example, as amenorrhoea
    • there is no blow, nor injury from a falling tile etc.; but this
    • of contemporary methods — that ignore all the interrelations we
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    • opposite effect to what is normal to the substances in question,
    • opposite to the normal, and imparts this condition, which was formerly
    • knows nothing of the life of matter, of its origin, of its death, nor
    • generation of light in normal human beings. This internal generation
    • the minor forms of illness and reason as follows: we have first and
    • unpopular, as having been used by ignorant folk of old! But among
    • exposure much greater in extent than is normal in the course of our
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    • our atmosphere, and in their normal ratio.
    • composition of the atmosphere which alters the normal proportion of
    • admit these interrelationships Nor will there be, as yet, much wish to
    • aware of the radiating iron forces, just as you are normally aware
    • comes as clearly as the normal awareness of our legs and arms, or our
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    • characteristic and significant property, to prevent the normal course
    • whole. This plant, for instance, will not thrive in the normal course
    • conserves those forces which counteract the normal course of events.
    • their anti-tendency against the normal tendencies of the human organism,
    • including, of course, the normal tendency to discase. We must expect the
    • sharp look-out for any abnormalities in the formative process of the
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    • of that phantom — normal to most people — which becomes incorporated
    • organisation is continuous, and it is the normal form of a process
    • which may appear in an abnormal form. It is normal in the life of
    • everyday, and it has its abnormal counterpart in cases of
    • into the normal and does not break out. Think of the processes
    • the human organism. It can become abnormal if the ego works too
    • which is kept normal because the tumour-forming force has emerged in
    • region of the normal. Just as the evolutionary process of the eye's
    • the same in both, only in the case of normal health they proceed at
    • the right rate, and in the case of disease at an abnormal rate. If the
    • wrong speed then the abnormal process of inflammation results.
    • unduly. Its normal form is associated with the formation of the ear.
    • the fashion today to ignore the fact that “objectivity” is intruded
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    • saw anything abnormal in man he was at the same time led to the
    • nor forget that in excitable individuals, excitements may be connected
    • process, an interaction which science at present ignores, between the
    • just as the animal opposes the normal earth formation of vegetable
    • makes, as it were, a double stand against the normal formative process
    • of the plant. This formative process in its normal course is not
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    • regard the spleen as an organ of minor importance. This error may
    • conditions. The abnormal state of splenetic consciousness can be
    • a time but frequently, at short intervals.” The abnormal consciousness
    • becomes thoroughly abnormal; so that especial significance attaches to
    • from which they should be, and normally are, free. If the normal
    • If both imitation and authority are thus ignored, the organs which
    • naturally subtle organisations) which should normally remain latent
    • impressions so contrary to normal conditions that they remain confined
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    • world, nutritive processes are eliminated and a piece of inorganic
    • that he is inclined to an abnormal process of dental formation. The
    • absorption. As a rule, we need only consider the normal nutritive
    • compounds are incorporated. Now follow this normal process of
    • normal way in pregnancy, and in the abnormal way in diseases — all
    • using hypnotic and other forms of suggestion in treating abnormal
    • soul, and on the other, i.e., in abnormal soul states, the physical
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    • Suppose now that this rhythm is disturbed and does not work normally.
    • normality. When this happens, a region is created in the upper portion
    • of action. The regulation of this separation is normally achieved
    • waking-sleeping, is intersected with other minor rhythmic oscillations
    • their precise origin — for they could neither vegetate nor
    • atmospheric conditions will differ from the norm; and there will be a
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    • actually co-operate, for neither acts exclusively nor on one sex
    • in man, so that in normal conditions human beings draw the antimonising
    • In normal conditions man does not have recourse to the antimonising
    • force in the normal course of life, for the effect would be
    • which normally must not be supplied. The effect of antimony owing to these
    • But no eye can develop, in what is, after all, neither a human nor an
    • dreams, the process is within the limits of normality. In awakening,
    • a shock that prevents the normal passage over from the state of
    • inter-actions between what is accepted as normal, and is sound in
    • measure and tempo, and what becomes anti-normal as soon as it exceeds
    • them as a definite force. That which normally remains concealed within
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    • stated as follows. The upper sphere in man is normally urged to act
    • in which, as it were, inorganic matter is kindled. Then one has the
    • detrimental to the teeth and especially to all the normal function of
    • wine, beer, or champagne, which are normal up to the incorporation of
    • food-intake at the normal rate and amount, and instead of the food
    • amount, neither too much nor too little, so that it suits the
    • to the normal conditions of our organism. The normal human organism
    • to bear such abnormal operation of the astral body on the liver, for
    • abnormally: the organ recovers, but at the cost of habituation to
    • abnormal and irregular action of the astral body. If such action goes
    • abnormal relation with the astral body, a disposition has been
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    • Understanding of normal children helps with abnormal and vice versa.
    • Right way to regard symptoms. Abnormal commonly regarded as
    • deviation from the supposed normal. Distinction between soul and
    • suffering from some illness or abnormality, can also be discerned in
    • the so-called normal life of soul; only, they show themselves there
    • would commonly be called abnormal. It may be no more than a slight
    • psychiatry today limits itself to describing abnormal phenomena of
    • manifestations, may be normal or it may be abnormal. But now the only
    • possible grounds we can have for speaking of the normality or
    • abnormality of the child's life of soul, or indeed of the life of
    • normal in the sense of being average. There is no other criterion
    • of a “normal” life of soul (as they understand it) is for
    • them an abnormality. At present there is really no other criterion.
    • they have in this way ascertained the existence of “abnormality”,
    • are thereby helping to get rid of the abnormality, while all the time
    • maturity. Suppose that now some abnormality shows itself in the life
    • of the human being. We shall then manifestly have an abnormality of
    • has passed his twenty-first year, an abnormality appears in the liver
    • age in life, he had a son. By perpetually ignoring the will he, the
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    • psychology, of all kinds of mental abnormalities, and has written big
    • wide field of abnormalities in the life of soul, and afterwards at a
    • criminal psychology, in which he spoke about abnormality in the life
    • inevitably lead when it begins to investigate the field of abnormal
    • example, of an abnormality of soul, which showed itself in the
    • sought in some subtle abnormality of the liver, and that the
    • treatment of abnormal human beings is concerned, the law is a
    • in entire ignorance of the interior of the human body. He cannot get
    • kind of rhythm is set up, an abnormal rhythm. At one moment the ego
    • of his body in the so-called normal way. For he could make use of the
    • becoming sensational — the particular abnormalities will become
    • deeply and inwardly interesting to us. Suppose an abnormality gets
    • intervening in a process which in the normal course of development —
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    • mechanism and go out from it to surrounding world. In abnormal
    • which this connection may manifest in the so-called abnormal child.
    • We explained yesterday how the etheric body can be abnormally formed
    • connection with each one of them and, in the normal human being, is
    • when abnormal conditions are present? It can quite well happen that
    • remedies, nor should we shrink from doing so. As soon as the
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    • familiar with the fact that in inorganic external Nature, substances
    • purposely do not say relationships of weight, nor do I say atomic
    • definite relation to astral body and ego in the called normal human
    • being. (I say “so-called”, because the expression “normal
    • normal and abnormal.) This relationship is, within limits, a variable
    • we have abnormality, a state of illness; in some organ astral body
    • possible for a so-called normal person. And what is the result?
    • things delicately, just as though he had been wounded. Nor shall we
    • complex of symptoms. If we have learned to know an abnormality for
    • nature of the abnormality shows itself to us quite plainly in the
    • organisation, is connected with what meets us in the normal
    • within the organism, to imitate, under abnormal circumstances, the
    • differently from the aura of normal children. There is actually
    • before you the form of abnormal soul-life of which I have been
    • today, where the student is overloaded with an enormous amount of
    • plans will be frustrated. A form of teaching for abnormal children
    • basis you can also work out what you must do for abnormal children.
    • normal” is regarded by them as the right and natural thing to
    • expect. What the world calls “becoming normal” is however
    • to educate abnormal children will never have finished learning. Each
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    • to see how certain abnormalities in the life of the soul which we can
    • peculiar to that period, the abnormality remaining as yet quite
    • in regard to abnormalities that belong to childhood, we must also
    • were normal, the stamp of the impression would be passed on to the
    • body — nor of ether body; he does not know what it is that is
    • those who have to educate abnormal children would learn to have an
    • abnormalities, but you ought really to come to the point where
    • therefore, abnormal symptoms are present, I shall have to look for
    • abnormalities of soul and spirit can be followed right into the
    • seriously if you want to educate abnormal children — only think
    • right thing for abnormal children, if we bring them together in
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    • thought at all of abnormality. When six months old, he lay once for a
    • this is more interesting than many normal children, although many a
    • normal child is easier and pleasanter to deal with.
    • noticed that there was anything abnormal. Only in course of time,
    • when he had grown quite a bit, could the abnormality, which was
    • the time when I was engaged in teaching, an abnormal boy of eleven
    • abnormality. The choice of his parents has clearly had its bearing on
    • particularly in dealing with children who are abnormal.
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    • who appears normal but is a kleptomaniac. His ingenuity. His head
    • not been at all abnormal; he is just like any other child. He takes
    • abnormalities of this kind throw great light upon the life of man as
    • birth was normal. The mother was strong and healthy throughout the
    • condition had, you see, been normal throughout; not until after the
    • child started breathing with the lungs did abnormality begin. The
    • later. Development is said to have been entirely normal during the
    • first half year. It was not entirely normal; but the lack of right
    • yet consider the head abnormal at a time when it must already have
    • strength and forces that normally a child receives in addition for
    • abnormality of soul begins, you see, in the mother, and as one would
    • influence of the mother, is bound to undergo an inordinate
    • abnormality. For what you have observed in this child is an extreme
    • would not be able to notice anything abnormal about the child, and
    • abnormal. She learned also to talk at the right time. Development
    • continued to give the appearance of being normal. By the time she was
    • you see, is already an abnormality, in the fact that this weakness in
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    • treatment of abnormal children has necessarily to be pursued —
    • namely, in relation to particular examples. Abnormality manifests in
    • abnormality of this kind is very difficult to contend with. For at
    • in the case of a so-called normal child, it is in the very highest
    • in dealing with abnormal children it is absolutely essential that
    • instance, that a child who is learning to speak takes inordinate
    • forgotten when we are considering cases that are not abnormal. The
    • child we saw yesterday is abnormal. The inordinate sensitiveness and
    • must we do in order to bring the child nearer to normality?
    • child. (Normally, you know, mother's milk has an inherent tendency, a
    • unduly drawn out, they took the normal length of time to utter, but
    • abnormality, he had grown accustomed to it. After all, he lived, you
    • children; we might even describe the little girl as a “normally”
    • abnormal child. Our chief concern must be to see that the astral body
    • were quite normal. After a time there will be some return of the
    • realising that the abnormalities of soul are symptoms of what is
    • recommend anyone who is setting out to educate abnormal children, to
    • necessary in the case of the abnormal child. We must on no account
    • dealings with abnormal children, make it a rule to be watchful of how
    • fourteen whom we have received into our care as abnormal, we need not
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    • who are abnormal, healthy instincts are yet always present. And with
    • the slight measure of perception that is present in a normal human
    • “He can neither read nor write. During the past year we have
    • formation nor strongly developed flower formation. It is indeed
    • relationship to the earth. Nor, on the other hand, is there any very
    • especially just those developments that come with abnormal
    • misunderstanding of the Youth Movement of our day, nor from lack of
    • Not a word shall be uttered here against it. Nor shall we attempt to
    • a girl concerning whom I told you that a kind of abnormality must
    • inheritance. Neither in the case of the father nor of the mother is
    • there any indication of albinism. They are both perfectly normal
    • a boy, is entirely normal. Then came, as fourth, the younger of our
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    • wherever an abnormality expresses itself in laziness and inertia,
    • find planetary influences which, under normal conditions, exert no
    • generation, nor afterwards with growth; with the result that that
    • days ago — normal in other respects, but metamorphosed into a
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    • approach the so-called abnormal child. It will have been clear to you
    • from our discussions that, if you want to educate an abnormal child
    • normal child — and of course differently again from the way he
    • part content merely to specify the abnormality and not trouble
    • one is accustomed to find in a certain so-called normal form, may
    • either grow to excess, becoming abnormally large, or may insert
    • itself into the plant in an abnormal manner, sometimes even going so
    • far as to produce from itself organs that would normally be situated
    • that where we have abnormalities in man, it is the spirituality in
    • him which is finding expression in these abnormalities.
    • older time saw that there is something definitely abnormal about a
    • Education heals the so-called normal human being, and healing is a
    • specialised form of education for the so-called abnormal human being.
    • all the abnormal phenomena that can then show themselves in a nursing
    • are having to do with abnormal children.
    • deepen this pedagogy and adapt it to the abnormality of the
    • been carried to the point of full artistic development. Nor must we
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    • sphere or any other) of anything like dilettantism, nor of any
    • normally in life up to a certain point, but which we can unfold
    • panorama, we have the whole of our life up to the time of birth
    • spread out before our souls like a mighty panorama, then we go
    • world which is neither here on the Earth, nor in the Cosmos in
    • becomes the bearer of the spiritual. And so in every normal
    • normal process of disintegration against too slight an
    • the knowledge of the so-called normal world must go forward
    • into knowledge of the abnormal world. Is it not strange that
    • from the normal physical into the pathological. Knowledge
    • with those places where the normal aspects of life are
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    • abnormal processes.
    • the system of nerves and senses is in a normal,
    • nerves of the head where they are ‘normal’ — it can
    • abnormality of the astral body and Ego-organisation in the
    • correct’ or ‘normal’ only if taking place in the system of
    • wrong place, an abnormal tendency to produce a sense-organ;
    • how abnormal conditions in the human organism arise from the
    • fact that what is normal to one system transplants itself into
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    • its normal condition, we drive the astral body and Ego out of
    • normal; but if a tendency to ear-formation or a tendency to
    • not only form in the organism in a normal way but there is too
    • fallen away from their normal evolution. Man is too much '
    • resemble the normally destructive processes in man, can work as
    • the normal condition of mankind turn to illness, to
    • feeling and willing manifest in an abnormal form, man falls
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    • sphere or any other) of anything like dilettantism, nor of any
    • faculties in the human soul which are developed normally in
    • in a mighty panorama, we have the whole of our life up to the
    • spread out before our souls like a mighty panorama, then we go
    • Earth, nor in the Cosmos in Space, but which is outside Space
    • in every normal human being there exists a state of balance
    • contrariwise, some organ may have a normal process of
    • — it was known that the knowledge of the so-called normal
    • world must go forward into knowledge of the abnormal world. Is
    • continuation from the normal physical into the pathological.
    • by side with those places where the normal aspects of life are
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    • way can we learn to penetrate into the so-called normal or
    • abnormal processes.
    • nerves-and-senses is in a normal, i.e., a healthy state
    • normal’ — It can happen that these processes
    • metabolic-and-limb system; that through an abnormality of the
    • normal’ only if taking place in the system of
    • system. Then there arises, in the wrong place, an abnormal
    • question of learning how abnormal conditions in the human
    • organism arise from the fact that what is normal to one system
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    • normal condition, we drive the astral body and Ego out of the
    • normal; but if a tendency to ear-formation or a tendency to
    • in a normal way but there is too great a general tendency to
    • from their normal evolution. Man is too much
    • which, because they resemble the normally destructive processes
    • function. The very manifestations which in the normal condition
    • abnormal form, man falls ill. The liver and kidneys must carry
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    • any traces of auto-suggestion nor any diminution of consciousness to
    • earth nor with the wide expanse of the universe, but rather it is
    • brings about a normal relationship — if I may say so —
    • these can be disturbed. An abnormal relation may arise between the etheric
    • acid. It is an enormously important constituent part of the earth. But
    • This results, primarily, in an abnormal activity of the heart.
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    • any traces of auto-suggestion nor any diminution of consciousness to
    • earth nor with the wide expanse of the universe, but rather it is
    • brings about a normal relationship — if I may say so —
    • these can be disturbed. An abnormal relation may arise between the etheric
    • acid. It is an enormously important constituent part of the earth. But
    • This results, primarily, in an abnormal activity of the heart.
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    • could neither elect nor be elected, for the simple reason that,
    • a north pole, and a south pole; north-pole magnetism, and
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    • this etheric body normally dissolves as the second corpse,
    • from their external appearance, nor was their intellect
    • with the ego of the donor. Disregarding this fact can easily
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    • by normal human beings only in the far-distant future. But
    • be, however far they may tower above normal human beings, yet
    • nor with his ego, however, but was woven into his etheric
    • What is normally described as the history of Christian
    • servants and minorites, had such copies interwoven with their
    • a sign of ignorance. On the other hand, we should cultivate
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    • writings De docta ignorantia, a Latin title that can
    • be translated “Learned Ignorance”; yet it
    • etheric body of enormous richness; to allow it to perish
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    • Catholicism. And so the air of the rooms where normally
    • that although the free contemporary spirits of these Northern
    • North. For what has been said before holds true everywhere:
    • evolve who had only minor clairvoyant faculties, but
    • nor do we want to comprehend it with the help of individual
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    • normal human beings, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony
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    • religion or a treatise on literary history, nor do I wish to
    • scholars and scientists, nor from the clairvoyants and Magi
    • teachings nor the events that took place in Palestine, but
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    • in thinking, it does not follow that it “is,” nor that I
    • the good gods, normal plant-growth results. If it appears in hoar
    • vastness — I can protect the normal growth of the plant. I can
    • rob these giants of all this and can treat normal plants with it, and
    • display what for their own age is abnormal, but which is a living
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    • feel as though gravity were of less importance to him than it normally
    • body should properly do. Something which has now become an abnormality
    • spirit-beings to whom he was referring are different. Nor on the other
    • how in the so-called abnormal conditions there is a sort of inherited
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    • the whole thing up and to lead a normal, sensible life and go out
    • a normal condition.
    • faith; that knowledge cannot become faith nor faith, knowledge; and
    • that duller kind of sleep will become normal. Dreams will no longer
    • the normal and is in reality far more practical than the theoretical
    • Our normal attitude to life, or rather our ordinary judgments about
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    • us from those mythological conceptions of the North that are connected
    • of Northern and Central Europe about 3,000 or 3,500 years ago. Men had
    • insoluble riddle for the ordinary consciousness in the Norse
    • formerly appeared as an abnormality, an unhealthy introspection. Into
    • It is wonderful how in the North, through the influence of the
    • and cannot rise again, we see the forerunner, in the North, of Christ,
    • Thus we see how evidently all these things evolve in the Northern
    • lives today in a highly derived, i.e., an unoriginal, civilization,
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    • we come upon something which must greatly surprise anyone ignorant of
    • nor come into touch with him; yet we know it could easily be done if
    • thinks in his normal consciousness. It may often occur that a member
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    • of speech that, under normal circumstances, he cannot in later life
    • occupied in normal life by those forces which are otherwise used to
    • Science, are used by the normal man for the construction of his
    • brain-substance. The following is, however, not observed, nor can it
    • doing the same forces are employed which in man's normal development
    • Science so strongly, nor hated it so much, as today.
    • nor time. With these words I give you greeting and take my leave of
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    • what was known in northern countries at a later time as the throwing
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    • festival, however, that there will have to be a festival in honor of
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    • absolutely regular and normal. The moment the breathing process is in
    • to function in the right and normal way.
    • when the ether-body has expanded beyond the normal. One can also say
    • process, the following may be said. — In its normal state, the
    • degree, a man breaks through the boundaries of his normal life on the
    • feet of horn instead of the feet of a normal human being. As a matter
    • to permeate and give shape to the normal physical form of a human
    • feet cannot develop normally, but will wither. In the case of Oedipus
    • normal forces — and to penetrate through the veils of material existence.
    • just as Oedipus deprives his feet of their normal forces. Faust says:
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    • in with him besides the thoughts he forms there. Nor is it only
    • in an abnormal condition that man meets the Nature spirits, namely,
    • he perceives with his Ego-consciousness what one is normally able to
    • experience in the physical body in normal life. Such an experience
    • I have not had this experience within the body, nor can I ever have it
    • abnormal conditions when the etheric body is loosened, and now we find
    • fondness nor with favor; all that thou requirest is to submit thyself
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    • the north. Here, through the influence of external nature itself,
    • now feels to be something Nordic, rugged, gnarled, something almost
    • anew – nor doth my restless soul ever feel here at home. Long
    • As when I trod it first, nor ever
    • Nor is in foreign climes without
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    • North;
    • Love, all alike, no season knowes, nor
    • Nor houres, dayes, moneths, which are the rags
    • All honor's mimique; All wealth
    • ignoraunce.
    • Ich allein hier hoch im Norden
    • Nor let th' imprison'd essences exhale;
    • short, short; long, short, short; whereas in the Nordic verses we
    • Nordic man experienced a pictorial element, which he expressed in
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    • shall take an epic of the Nordic world, from an earlier age –
    • Northland’s old and
    • that part of man’s nature with which the Nordic races were
    • Nordic-Germanic peoples arrested the impulse, the urge and impetus
    • nor of night! renewed is the anguish
    • Nor knoweth none if brethren he
    • Nor kindred
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    • unartistic times when in neither painting nor sculpture,
    • nor
    • poetry nor its
    • Nor
    • My love may not refreyd be nor
    • what comes to us from the Nordic or Central European, Germanic
    • play anew, so that we now have a Nordic and a southern
    • Iphigeneia. Any consideration of the Nordic
    • influenced by Romantic interest in northern “Bardic”
    • into these verses something fundamentally alien to the north. These
    • I must have slept Eternally, nor have felt the
    • Or I must have slept eternally, nor
    • breathing-rhythm: in a normal person of average age, about 18
    • north we meet once more with the declamatory. The general
    • of Nordic language, Nordic
    • lives in the Nordic treatment of speech. Here we see how the
    • Nordic man could sense the wave-beat of his blood, instigated by a
    • penetrate inwards into the breathing-system, Nordic man was
    • blood-rhythm. Nordic-Germanic poetry is spiritualised human blood.
    • whole, finds expression in Nordic-Germanic poetry. We can see this
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    • Nordic Iphigeneia is transformed in the Roman version into
    • to the north.
    • firstly present the declamatory, in Goethe’s Nordic
    • Nor
    • Hosanna to the Highest: nor
    • adverse Legions, nor less hideous join’d
    • nor the Telescope: they alter
    • symbolic. Neither symbol nor allegory has any place in the
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    • No dead and dusty Cherub, nor
    • Thou clungst to her, nor wouldst uprooted
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    • inwardly more Nordic, that Germanic disposition of feeling comes to
    • in quantitative metres. The declamatory emerges out of the northern
    • Yet doe they neyther mingle nor
    • there was neither sound nor sight
    • tracked them on, nor ever lost;
    • Nor spake, nor moved their eyes;
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    • return to the age of Nordic poetry. Here we see the poetic urge of
    • Nor was it first of his fierce
    • Withstood the struggle, nor crashed to
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    • subject to the influences that normally work upon human beings. The
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    • clairvoyant consciousness as normal, namely that the physical body
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    • child soon showed an extent of knowledge which would normally have
    • adept, nor with anything like a higher human being. For an adept is
    • Individuality — everything which is normally at work in a human
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    • would have been thrown back into himself, nor could he have found any
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    • became a veil over the spiritual world. Man could not, nor can he to
    • effort nor unfolds any urge to fathom the secrets of the world of
    • a man has a tendency to abnormal, somnambulistic states or through
    • Ahriman can exercise upon a certain abnormal process of development,
    • account the karma of the future. Nor must it be forgotten that man is
    • issued as a kind of extract from the primordial fire is the inorganic,
    • were neither astonished by nor did you see what happened outside by
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    • us together. We have assembled in a beautiful spot in the North of
    • God nor a moral world. Science comes to the end of the animal species
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    • development revealed in human life itself — to ignore, for
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    • wisdom to spiritual life. None of the three exist to-day nor would
    • Ages did not exist in very ancient civilizations, nor even in the
    • as it was ignored by the tactless. And mediaeval education swung
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    • limbs. Now we cannot return to Greek culture nor have that
    • neither a one-sided regard to thinking nor a one-sided regard to
    • it by substituting for ignorance of the human being, knowledge of the human
    • ignorance. Some day it will be known, even in general civilization,
    • criticizing any epoch, nor do I say that one epoch is of less value
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    • hardening forces are normally active during our waking consciousness,
    • child, indeed if it does not occur the child is abnormal. In the
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    • nor of what happens in the end. We are taught to count by being shown an
    • right to teach in this way, is to ignore the factors that are at
    • prevailing in the various historical epochs. Nor need we confine
    • nor do they realize the terrible effect of this unconscious experience.
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    • with an abnormally high colour, the memory has not been given enough
    • little by little, and so, although I neither attack nor belittle the
    • know, there are children who do not develop normally, who are in some
    • way abnormal. At the Waldorf School we have instituted a special
    • necessary to move him from his normal class into the helping class.
    • to have to leave their normal class and the teacher whom they love to
    • nonsense to speak of abnormalities or disease of the spiritual part
    • all necessary in the treatment of so-called abnormal children to know
    • that the body, precisely through its abnormality, makes this approach
    • abnormal, our treatment must always be individual and we shall do
    • on the will. The art of Eurhythmy, working as it does with normal
    • abnormal. The movements of Eurhythmy also, although they are founded
    • upon that which is normal, are extremely valuable where the abnormal
    • is concerned. For while for the normal human being they are artistic
    • in their nature, for abnormality they can be adapted for therapeutic
    • abnormal children at school.
    • absolutely normal is attained, the parents are apt not to be quite
    • balance the inorganic, lifeless elements in nature-study by leading
    • only comprehend the inorganic constituents of man's being. If at the right
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    • with unorganised, undirected movements. We follow day by day,
    • completely ignores what is most characteristic in the
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    • old, about the normal size for a child of this age, but who in
    • does not lead to abnormality. Man however is a species for
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    • forehead were to recede enormously that the jaw were to jut
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    • abnormal impinges on what is physically out of order. It is
    • every so-called psychological abnormality and perceive what is
    • the only possible standpoint. The so-called normal capacities
    • abnormal.
    • said: The boy is abnormal. Naturally when such things are said
    • among the children, nor of the little love affairs which always
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    • will certainly hear from her that the child has an inordinate
    • will gradually help to overcome the abnormality which, in the
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    • — not a major and minor second — we have one
    • minor third. We are formed according to the notes of the scale,
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    • earthly world any more, where people know so enormously
    • speech, nor in his studied bearing and gestures, but is
    • the whole tenor of which is to fashion life in accordance with
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    • for it intends nothing more nor less than life itself. In
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    • Parents can do an enormous amount, if they only take care to
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    • know what person with a normal human intelligence does not know
    • confused in normal progress, if it had access to such truths
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    • back as this moment, but no further. If you notice how normally
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    • the child is nine, nor history lessons, nor lessons of a
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    • written down nor copied into the notebook, but so that they are
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    • north, bending towards the north: limestone mountains —
    • Mediterranean races and the Nordic races of Europe. You can
    • Nor
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    • think further, in what relation, in view of such ignorance, we
    • through its ignorance. And there is at least some pleasure in
    • seeing people who are completely ignorant of the workings of an
    • of enormous importance for life. I should like to know who has
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    • further one travels from north to south the more does one sink
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    • examples given in modern books on didactics are ignored. These
    • gain an enormous amount in your education and teaching if you
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    • not within the environment, nor is it in phenomena: only gradually,
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    • an abnormal way because something in this interplay is out of order.
    • as a normal mental picture, but as a tormenting picture, as a
    • nightmare. And just as this abnormal breathing in a nightmare is
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    • psychology nor present-day science can tell us. This is what we
    • should know nothing about the world nor about ourselves; in fact we
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    • and willing. But neither pure thinking-cognition, nor pure feeling,
    • nor pure willing is ever present alone; the three always work
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    • ignoramuses we are when we theorise about matter as though it were
    • life if we regard it aright. Nor do we ever lose the relationship
    • books, nor do they write with pens. It is only an invention of
    • if you are ignorant of natural development? How can you teach if you
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    • neither we nor the animals would have it. But the plant retains
    • same time all this is bound up with the normal process of nourishment.
    • become body. These processes of Nature neither arise nor decay in man.
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    • Now when this fat is deposited in man to an abnormal extent it causes
    • depends on all kinds of other things, also some abnormally constituted
    • children tend to get fat because they are weak — but with normal
    • and waking; the more, too, shall we maintain normal life in the
    • disorder into our normal life. This must be specially borne in mind
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    • normal children), we shall see how speech forms itself from out of
    • if he is not abnormal — the moment when he says to himself:
    • not finding the right word to say at this moment will make an enormous
    • It is enormously important that the physician observing a childish
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    • breathed abnormally: he breathed in differently, held his breath
    • we are differently organised, we cannot copy this Yoga process, nor
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    • physical organism is quite right as it is, it is quite normal. It has
    • must be non-transparent. Our normal soul-life can repose in our
    • normal for our organism to be non-transparent. But one can know
    • without prejudice can prove them retrospectively by normal human
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    • an enormous hole that he had scrubbed with the india-rubber; nothing
    • four children of this family to educate. The others were normal, and I
    • quite inorganic. For actually one could almost say: It is sheer chance
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    • the normal in his development. This may seem strange. Let us take an
    • illustration. A normal child of 8 or 9 of any type moves his limbs
    • Such a thing as this shows how enormously important it is to compose
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    • of education; nor could we proceed according to plan: 1, 2, etc., but
    • have been a minor difficulty. The greater difficulty is this, that no
    • Thus it was not merely a question of carrying out an ideal, nor is it
    • Waldorf School a very interesting case, a very abnormal boy. He has
    • normal children as to have observed abnormal children.
    • others. In an abnormal child, where one character complex predominates
    • experience can be applied to normal children.
    • make things which give them enormous joy in the making. They do not
    • trouble, yet enormous progress can be made when children get a direct
    • in a particular colour, and I must paint the coast of Asia Minor so,
    • Crete or the Peleponesus or Northern Greece; when he has had the
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    • And you will notice what enormous importance this has for the
    • increasing: more and snore children come to it. And some children,
    • That does not matter. Naturally, it goes without saying, a normal and
    • U, the normal order. And then, when the children have to practice the
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    • has learned, have an enormous influence upon him. The ideas of men
    • transformation in the voice enormously important things take place in
    • from normal consciousness, makes an assault upon the nervous system of
    • way as before. For an enormous wonder, a great curiosity concerning
    • it is so enormously important to know that one must not accentuate
    • Now this is of enormous importance in its application to moral
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    • a tendency to assume an abnormal form. A form of movement exists which
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    • a physical abnormality — in the case of a child, for example,
    • and such like, you will be able to bring this person to normal breathing
    • a moment and then return to the normal position; then build it up again
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    • performances and then saw eurythmy as well. Now I normally say that
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    • combat his abnormal growth by having him do eurythmy. In the case of
    • begins to be abnormal in any way it will have a curative effect. We
    • the normal person listening to vowels those movements of the the etheric
    • feels — that is designated spiritual activity in normal life.
    • spiritually active. Certain peoples, the more northern peoples in
    • Norwegians who lead a more isolated existence, for example, can put
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    • normalization of the situation by practising vowels in eurythmy. In
    • illness the process of urinary excretion becomes an abnormal, luminous
    • manner one should recognize the symptoms of pathological abnormalities
    • of an abnormal nature which is reflected by the human being as beauty
    • but sometimes to become even more egoistic than normal people are. Then,
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    • that may quite possibly take place in the normally functioning human
    • fact that in normal speech the metabolic activity and the plastic activity
    • normal one. Similarly, for example, under certain circumstances one
    • one can really establish a sort of law: everything which is abnormal
    • in the lower human being tends to be normalized by what is created as
    • are of course in essence an abnormal functioning of the astral body,
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    • animal nor man can do that. A human being cannot use the protein that
    • necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
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    • others are not interested in sugar; they ignore it. Naturally, such a
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • the archetypes — not the mental images that man normally has,
    • victor over the etheric body. In the case of minor keys, the etheric
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • completely to expression nor attain in her creations, at least not
    • of himself nor of his experiences there. Nevertheless, he returns
    • a minor key the sentient soul vibrates more intensely and
    • predominates over the sentient body. When the minor third is played,
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • life nor yet in that of his earthly life. He has left the former and
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • will neither deal with the aesthetics of music nor is it intended for
    • relationship to the ear that is normally assumed. The musical
    • normally assumed. Nothing is more incorrect than the simple
    • experience of the fifth, namely major and minor keys. One could not
    • even have spoken then of a major key. Major and minor keys, this
    • of the third. The difference between major and minor keys appears;
    • minor moods in music. Basically, we ourselves are still involved in
    • at one with the world. He experienced himself neither within nor
    • possess a proper grasp of major and minor moods, though one can
    • experience major and minor moods in preparation for what is to come
    • later, but the child has neither one nor the other. Though it is not
    • confronts it with major and minor musical moods as well as an
    • major and minor third. This is something that appears between ages
    • neither in the “I” nor in the physical body but in
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • to the experience of the third — in both the major and minor
    • conceptual faculty — nor should it sink down completely into
    • melody. In the melody you become free, as you normally are in
    • arises that the more inward element tends toward the minor side, the
    • The sentient soul relates to the minor third, the sentient body to
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • minor thirds — the musical element submerged itself, as it
    • the third, therefore, the difference between major and minor keys
    • major key on the one hand and the minor key on the other. With the
    • third and the appearance of major and minor keys, the musical
    • experience of major and minor modes.
    • and minor thirds. It is not a third in our sense, of course, because
    • something like an objective major and minor mode, not one experienced
    • in major and minor modes was projected, so to speak, into the
    • world creation. What today we know as an inner minor mood experience,
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    • normal standards but even when they are attributed to some form of
    • passed through death in a normal way and then have further experiences
    • in the normal way and who may have occasion to contact these other
    • I beg you, in such a case, to ignore the emotional paradox. Such
    • souls who have passed through the Gate of Death normally, feel a
    • souls who died a normal death have a positive dread.
    • who had passed through death in the normal way would have had
    • who passed through the Gate of Death in the normal way and are
    • — the task of these souls is to use and apply the normal
    • the normal, legitimate way — through genuine Inspiration.
    • In normal life this would be a matter of waiting. But because, as the
    • are of deep import. Nor would they be mentioned here if it were not a
    • things normally ascribed to chance seriously and regard them as hints
    • nor mathematical. That is one of the things I wanted to say.
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    • concerned. Therefore people neither notice, nor try to notice, what is
    • abstract, unreal. Ignorance of the fact that something quite specific
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    • line of physical heredity; nor is the Ego a completely new creation,
    • obvious that nothing is attained by ignoring apparent contradictions
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    • era because we shall neither understand the path of Christianity nor
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    • but as yet I could distinguish nothing in it — neither forms, nor
    • had acquired their place in the spiritual realms, nor what was their
    • times, nor how I was related to them: for my enlightenment was not
    • normal humanity this was no longer possible. Inherited remains of the old
    • taste has received some impression, under normal conditions these
    • could not, in normal circumstances, be accompanied by pain and
    • he could have acquired neither freedom nor the capacity to
    • distinguish between good and evil, nor free will. From a higher point
    • ignorant of the influences that have worked upon his soul through the
    • replaced by ignorance. Darkness now envelops man; he cannot perceive
    • something that exists, even though people are ignorant of it. The
    • over which spreads the darkness of ignorance, although it asserts itself
    • his ignorance, his ‘non-perception’ of something very
    • significant that is in him. Because of this ignorance, this non-perception,
    • same for everyone. But when the darkness of ignorance spread over the
    • no longer desire anything more than is granted to him, nor wish his
    • the thirst for existence proceeding from ignorance! Men have lost
    • their former clairvoyant knowledge, have become ignorant, and it is
    • this ignorance that conceals the spiritual world from them. Ignorance
    • darkness of ignorance within the human soul as Samskara. Such knowledge
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    • from the normal, the facts must be approached by means of a
    • of the human being evolving under normal conditions from birth to
    • this process takes place in the normal course of human life, and now
    • normal and less in conformity with the customs of our present age. We
    • not allow him to grow up as other children normally do.
    • in normal life. This is especially the case when wide-awake children
    • at that time. In the whole range of humanity, if normal conditions
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    • gradually appear, out of the previous state of ignorance, the ‘six
    • reads them differently from those who are ignorant of the facts and
    • force; in a normal case, when an Ego quickens an embryo, we have to
    • transformed. His parents did not recognize him; nor did they
    • orphan is especially significant. Nor could the child of the Solomon
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    • discovered by humanity itself through the moral tenor of the
    • to pass in Asia Minor and this made it necessary that the development
    • in order that men in Asia Minor might receive in greater freshness,
    • be established in Asia Minor. Whereas the people of the more distant
    • people of Asia Minor — especially the Hebrew people — to be
    • not possibly be brought into existence through the normal forces by
    • which other men are placed in the world. In the normal way the human
    • without any intervention by forces outside the normal. This could not
    • issue from their normal intelligence. All the prophets in the Old Testament
    • operation all the forces present in the normal course of life. In the
    • normal course of life the inner power or force of the Ego becomes
    • The Ego had not, as in normal circumstances, been stirred into
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    • We know that in normal cases the first and second septenaries of
    • forces of the Zarathustra-Ego. In normal human existence, when the
    • Trottic Mysteries of Northern Europe before the coming of
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    • through it only if the blood is circulating normally through the
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    • ignores the fact that such jumps occur very frequently will entirely
    • understand the signs of the times, nor does he know what a transition
    • not understand such work, nor can I beg, for I should be ashamed.’
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    • outside, through revelations, as in the case of Solomon, nor was it
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    • had nothing but contempt for their normal life, including, of course,
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    • respect. There were more of them about than is normally suspected,
    • age, nor in the traditional religious faiths.
    • summoned, by telegram no less, to go to the Rax Alp on the northern
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    • But let us for the moment take another view, namely to ignore in
    • It is easy to be deceived about this by the enormous progress
    • minor stimulus to provoke in human beings tremendous visions of
    • men, ignoring exceptions which, of course, exist both in men and
    • ignorabimus;
    • anyone who does not say ignorabimus must be
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    • in the same way that one normally speaks of the beings and processes
    • forces in the same way that contemporary people normally move among
    • would be neither theosophists nor anthroposophists if such people did
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    • course was to give real answers by ignoring
    • diagram) was ignored by people. There was no life in this
    • Maximum which is normally used only for big festive occasions.
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    • we ignore the fact that such ideas were sometimes stretched so far
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    • neither in the stars nor under the microscope. And so it went on.
    • which had to be confronted. The enormous error of Nietzsche's
    • And we must not ignore those circumstances which arise from the
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    • accessible to us as human beings. Neither in full consciousness, nor
    • magnified, in the second, our ignorance. As against these two false
    • of Creation” says: “The North Wind bore (it) to places
    • in an epoch that ignores the spiritual, even as the phenomenal world
    • was ignored by those to whom the spiritual was self-evident. We have
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    • In his normal life on Earth today man enjoys a well-defined state of
    • on the head, believing it to be located there, you hear nothing. Nor
    • about this difference for it is enormously important for the being of
    • go, the wider are the divergences. By comparison, our normal states
    • constrained to say if you are in a normally healthy state: these
    • endowed who is neither matter of fact nor superstitious, is
    • sunlight disturbs us and we become uneasy, though normally we would
    • hand, as they appear to normal consciousness, the shape of their
    • become a form of perception higher than the normal perception of
    • normally, a state of emptied consciousness induces sleep. This can be
    • plant kingdom appear to normal consciousness? We see the
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    • typical of normal consciousness, can be transformed into the fully
    • level of consciousness which, to some extent, is sequential to normal
    • susceptible to pain than normally and after all, pain is an
    • intensification of inner feeling — then he is not in a normal
    • state of consciousness. Under conditions of pain normal consciousness
    • the normal purposes of daily life. But if this consciousness becomes
    • normal,’ if I may use this somewhat crude expression, is
    • over the Earth sustain our heart and maintain the normal
    • implications, for we can say to ourselves: the normal self, the
    • do not normally perceive. Our world becomes suddenly
    • such pains to gather information. I had no use for it then, nor do I
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    • inducing states of consciousness that differ from the normal.
    • by administering medicaments, which was the normal practice in
    • book) would be needed for that. Nor was it necessary, since
    • normal life, if I may use such a mundane expression. Let us assume,
    • man of today his normal condition of waking consciousness lies in the
    • normal state which I described yesterday. The region in the
    • abnormal sensitivity in this consciousness below the heart that
    • knowledge and research was so very different. The enormous advances
    • of which we are admittedly ignorant. In brief, natural science and
    • of which we are totally ignorant.
    • neither the abstract nor the tragic aspect of the Goddess Natura,
    • not the days of Plato's philosophy, nor of Socrates' dialogues, but
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    • time, though related to some extent to the normal scientific
    • are no longer able to observe the normal experiences of our
    • of consciousness we are detached from the world which man normally
    • immediate present, nor to his perception at the age of thirty
    • but which is totally ignored in our present materialistic
    • abysmally ignorant despite all our modern knowledge. We feel that our
    • conditions of normal life we see the mountain capped by a cloud. We
    • that we normally hold. When we enter into this second world,
    • senses and so attain to Imagination. In the normal course of
    • absorbs more than the normal quantity of mercury, his organism
    • world in an epoch when it was normally impossible for man to share
    • circulatory system of man with his erect posture nor the mysteries of
    • is not derived from this physical world, nor from the world of
    • Elements which I have described to you, nor even from the world of
    • familiar with the normal condition of man. Let us proceed to a study
    • course, be able to restore the status quo in a perfectly normal way,
    • incarnations. In abnormal cases and under pathological conditions
    • disease has this effect. Disease is an abnormal expression of that
    • which we must develop normally in a higher sphere in order to attain
    • back in this abnormal state into earlier incarnations, but not
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    • two further states of consciousness in addition to his normal waking
    • when he dreams, the answer would be somewhat as follows: in normal
    • with the astral body and Ego if we possess only normal consciousness.
    • around him. He perceives spiritually with that which in normal
    • same way as he normally shares in the life of the physical world
    • normally so chaotic.
    • nor do I wish to criticize it. It is the inevitable expression of the
    • a uniform tableau. Just as in normal three dimensional vision objects
    • life up to his thirty-seventh year. He can survey the panorama of his
    • panoramic survey of the world and its evolution that unfolds before
    • normal consciousness of our earthly life we know only the Earth
    • dreamless sleep instead of normal consciousness, we should no longer
    • consciousness than the normal.
    • of the Earth our immediate environment is the sphere of normal
    • to him, we do not normally say: I have only a vague impression of
    • In normal
    • experience the Venus sphere. The ancients were not so ignorant as we
    • things that he never perceives in normal consciousness. But he would
    • the Mercury mysteries were not active within him; nor would he be
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    • spiritual insight through the instrument of normal
    • terminology is of minor importance — but it would be best to
    • “Paracelsus minor” lived in a later age, in the Gabriel
    • “Jacob Boehme minor” appears before us in the later
    • understand “Jacob Boehme minor.” The Pre-Renaissance
    • knowledge of normal consciousness, we are surrounded by the men
    • whom we recognize today in normal waking consciousness to have been
    • contemporary man can attain with normal consciousness. At all times
    • ignores them. Thus, m the epoch when these beings were on Earth the
    • exhalations; this was later ignored.
    • aura. He showed the left side of the body under normal conditions of
    • an inordinate desire to watch the medium who materializes these
    • subject but we cannot afford to ignore them since we must speak about
    • use of Moon forces which do not normally belong to minerals, plants,
    • physical world or even to set foot in it. But the normal human being
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    • is, for example, neither writing nor reading; there are no
    • type’ in the normal sense. In the world between birth and death
    • Instead of merely observing, as is the normal practice, these
    • meet with demoniac figures with enormous webbed feet — enormous
    • not solely with the normal consciousness, but with the higher
    • permeated by the Ego — shadows that are normally tenanted by
    • the service of the normal man to be inhibited by lethargy, by total
    • areas which are not subject to gravity and where normally the Ego
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    • these lectures with an enquiry into our normal dream life and from
    • normal life. It is only when they are intensified that they lead into
    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • the spiritual world is simply bewildered by these normally chaotic
    • ignore society and social relationships in our life on Earth, so we
    • Under normal
    • Initiate with Imaginative Knowledge is immersed in the normal dream
    • outlook of Huxley and others which normally is only associated
    • that is normally present in Imagination. Thus it was possible
    • thoughtlessness so easily takes over. Under normal conditions the
    • is endowed with the constitution of soul that is normal for our time,
    • world of the mineral forces; that is the normal condition, but they
    • only in the physical body, as is the case with normal man. Normal man
    • mediumism or somnambulism is a normal condition in so far as the
    • condition itself is normal. For the ability to move about, to seize
    • way into the etheric body, otherwise the normal passes over into the
    • abnormal.
    • is the exact antithesis of the normal world of dream; in the
    • normal beings in the visible and tangible world. The Initiate must
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    • spoke of abnormal and pathological approaches to the spiritual world:
    • we have virtually exhausted all that modern man in normal
    • present. For although we may choose to ignore nature's laws, the fact
    • remains that things will take their normal course for man by virtue
    • them as he would normally experience the light shed by street lamps,
    • and Moon in normal consciousness; everyone is aware of this when he
    • soul-forces in relation to the normally chaotic dream consciousness,
    • first, the normal man, seeks to wander around in the light of the
    • lying in bed, as he would normally do, he wanders around and climbs
    • becomes a conscious inner experience and is directed into normal
    • and devils. At best his introspection leads to normal dream states
    • the one path of Initiation. And we may say: man's normal experiences
    • in relation to Sun and Moon which are normally experienced in sleep,
    • night into the day. And instead of the night sky which we normally
    • hand, however, abnormal situations occur in life. Men practise
    • interpret these external signs and abnormal phenomena. They want to
    • has a psychic affinity with him, whereas normally the news is
    • normally function after the fashion of the abnormal rather than the
    • normal external phenomena of nature, i.e. when we are in a
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    • lives out a life which normally he cannot recall.
    • of deep sleep. Normal consciousness can no more explain the origin of
    • the limbs; the process cannot be experienced by normal consciousness.
    • this normal consciousness in the following way:
    • they can be comprehended by normal consciousness if we look at them
    • there has always been a minority who devoted themselves to
    • world. As yet men ignore those who can tell them something about the
    • trans-normal phenomena; and that, as with sulphur, we must subject
    • the individual who manifests abnormal forms of knowledge to
    • of their normal understanding they will begin really to grasp
    • Earth, gods and spirits — but could neither recognize nor
    • decide what they were, nor give any definite assurance whether they
    • Just as little as we can investigate death with normal
    • and maintain the normal channels of consciousness, all
    • ‘minor’ with the ‘major,’ if, in the dying
    • of passing in an intensely minor mood from the dissonances of
    • dissonances to the sphere of the fifth in a minor mood, and from that
    • point blend the sphere of the fifth with that of the minor third,
    • embryonic form of the consonances of the minor third, there is
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    • accessible to us as human beings. Neither in full consciousness, nor
    • magnified, in the second, our ignorance. As against these two false
    • of Creation” says: “The North Wind bore (it) to places
    • in an epoch that ignores the spiritual, even as the phenomenal world
    • was ignored by those to whom the spiritual was self-evident. We have
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    • In his normal life on Earth today man enjoys a well-defined state of
    • on the head, believing it to be located there, you hear nothing. Nor
    • about this difference for it is enormously important for the being of
    • go, the wider are the divergences. By comparison, our normal states
    • constrained to say if you are in a normally healthy state: these
    • endowed who is neither matter of fact nor superstitious, is
    • sunlight disturbs us and we become uneasy, though normally we would
    • hand, as they appear to normal consciousness, the shape of their
    • become a form of perception higher than the normal perception of
    • normally, a state of emptied consciousness induces sleep. This can be
    • plant kingdom appear to normal consciousness? We see the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • typical of normal consciousness, can be transformed into the fully
    • level of consciousness which, to some extent, is sequential to normal
    • susceptible to pain than normally and after all, pain is an
    • intensification of inner feeling — then he is not in a normal
    • state of consciousness. Under conditions of pain normal consciousness
    • the normal purposes of daily life. But if this consciousness becomes
    • normal,’ if I may use this somewhat crude expression, is
    • over the Earth sustain our heart and maintain the normal
    • implications, for we can say to ourselves: the normal self, the
    • do not normally perceive. Our world becomes suddenly
    • such pains to gather information. I had no use for it then, nor do I
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    • inducing states of consciousness that differ from the normal.
    • by administering medicaments, which was the normal practice in
    • book) would be needed for that. Nor was it necessary, since
    • normal life, if I may use such a mundane expression. Let us assume,
    • man of today his normal condition of waking consciousness lies in the
    • normal state which I described yesterday. The region in the
    • abnormal sensitivity in this consciousness below the heart that
    • knowledge and research was so very different. The enormous advances
    • of which we are admittedly ignorant. In brief, natural science and
    • of which we are totally ignorant.
    • neither the abstract nor the tragic aspect of the Goddess Natura,
    • not the days of Plato's philosophy, nor of Socrates' dialogues, but
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • time, though related to some extent to the normal scientific
    • are no longer able to observe the normal experiences of our
    • of consciousness we are detached from the world which man normally
    • immediate present, nor to his perception at the age of thirty
    • but which is totally ignored in our present materialistic
    • abysmally ignorant despite all our modern knowledge. We feel that our
    • conditions of normal life we see the mountain capped by a cloud. We
    • that we normally hold. When we enter into this second world,
    • senses and so attain to Imagination. In the normal course of
    • absorbs more than the normal quantity of mercury, his organism
    • world in an epoch when it was normally impossible for man to share
    • circulatory system of man with his erect posture nor the mysteries of
    • is not derived from this physical world, nor from the world of
    • Elements which I have described to you, nor even from the world of
    • familiar with the normal condition of man. Let us proceed to a study
    • course, be able to restore the status quo in a perfectly normal way,
    • incarnations. In abnormal cases and under pathological conditions
    • disease has this effect. Disease is an abnormal expression of that
    • which we must develop normally in a higher sphere in order to attain
    • back in this abnormal state into earlier incarnations, but not
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    • two further states of consciousness in addition to his normal waking
    • when he dreams, the answer would be somewhat as follows: in normal
    • with the astral body and Ego if we possess only normal consciousness.
    • around him. He perceives spiritually with that which in normal
    • same way as he normally shares in the life of the physical world
    • normally so chaotic.
    • nor do I wish to criticize it. It is the inevitable expression of the
    • a uniform tableau. Just as in normal three dimensional vision objects
    • life up to his thirty-seventh year. He can survey the panorama of his
    • panoramic survey of the world and its evolution that unfolds before
    • normal consciousness of our earthly life we know only the Earth
    • dreamless sleep instead of normal consciousness, we should no longer
    • consciousness than the normal.
    • of the Earth our immediate environment is the sphere of normal
    • to him, we do not normally say: I have only a vague impression of
    • In normal
    • experience the Venus sphere. The ancients were not so ignorant as we
    • things that he never perceives in normal consciousness. But he would
    • the Mercury mysteries were not active within him; nor would he be
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    • spiritual insight through the instrument of normal
    • terminology is of minor importance — but it would be best to
    • “Paracelsus minor” lived in a later age, in the Gabriel
    • “Jacob Boehme minor” appears before us in the later
    • understand “Jacob Boehme minor.” The Pre-Renaissance
    • knowledge of normal consciousness, we are surrounded by the men
    • whom we recognize today in normal waking consciousness to have been
    • contemporary man can attain with normal consciousness. At all times
    • ignores them. Thus, m the epoch when these beings were on Earth the
    • exhalations; this was later ignored.
    • aura. He showed the left side of the body under normal conditions of
    • an inordinate desire to watch the medium who materializes these
    • subject but we cannot afford to ignore them since we must speak about
    • use of Moon forces which do not normally belong to minerals, plants,
    • physical world or even to set foot in it. But the normal human being
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • is, for example, neither writing nor reading; there are no
    • type’ in the normal sense. In the world between birth and death
    • Instead of merely observing, as is the normal practice, these
    • meet with demoniac figures with enormous webbed feet — enormous
    • not solely with the normal consciousness, but with the higher
    • permeated by the Ego — shadows that are normally tenanted by
    • the service of the normal man to be inhibited by lethargy, by total
    • areas which are not subject to gravity and where normally the Ego
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    • these lectures with an enquiry into our normal dream life and from
    • normal life. It is only when they are intensified that they lead into
    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • the spiritual world is simply bewildered by these normally chaotic
    • ignore society and social relationships in our life on Earth, so we
    • Under normal
    • Initiate with Imaginative Knowledge is immersed in the normal dream
    • outlook of Huxley and others which normally is only associated
    • that is normally present in Imagination. Thus it was possible
    • thoughtlessness so easily takes over. Under normal conditions the
    • is endowed with the constitution of soul that is normal for our time,
    • world of the mineral forces; that is the normal condition, but they
    • only in the physical body, as is the case with normal man. Normal man
    • mediumism or somnambulism is a normal condition in so far as the
    • condition itself is normal. For the ability to move about, to seize
    • way into the etheric body, otherwise the normal passes over into the
    • abnormal.
    • is the exact antithesis of the normal world of dream; in the
    • normal beings in the visible and tangible world. The Initiate must
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    • spoke of abnormal and pathological approaches to the spiritual world:
    • we have virtually exhausted all that modern man in normal
    • present. For although we may choose to ignore nature's laws, the fact
    • remains that things will take their normal course for man by virtue
    • them as he would normally experience the light shed by street lamps,
    • and Moon in normal consciousness; everyone is aware of this when he
    • soul-forces in relation to the normally chaotic dream consciousness,
    • first, the normal man, seeks to wander around in the light of the
    • lying in bed, as he would normally do, he wanders around and climbs
    • becomes a conscious inner experience and is directed into normal
    • and devils. At best his introspection leads to normal dream states
    • the one path of Initiation. And we may say: man's normal experiences
    • in relation to Sun and Moon which are normally experienced in sleep,
    • night into the day. And instead of the night sky which we normally
    • hand, however, abnormal situations occur in life. Men practise
    • interpret these external signs and abnormal phenomena. They want to
    • has a psychic affinity with him, whereas normally the news is
    • normally function after the fashion of the abnormal rather than the
    • normal external phenomena of nature, i.e. when we are in a
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    • lives out a life which normally he cannot recall.
    • of deep sleep. Normal consciousness can no more explain the origin of
    • the limbs; the process cannot be experienced by normal consciousness.
    • this normal consciousness in the following way:
    • they can be comprehended by normal consciousness if we look at them
    • there has always been a minority who devoted themselves to
    • world. As yet men ignore those who can tell them something about the
    • trans-normal phenomena; and that, as with sulphur, we must subject
    • the individual who manifests abnormal forms of knowledge to
    • of their normal understanding they will begin really to grasp
    • Earth, gods and spirits — but could neither recognize nor
    • decide what they were, nor give any definite assurance whether they
    • Just as little as we can investigate death with normal
    • and maintain the normal channels of consciousness, all
    • ‘minor’ with the ‘major,’ if, in the dying
    • of passing in an intensely minor mood from the dissonances of
    • dissonances to the sphere of the fifth in a minor mood, and from that
    • point blend the sphere of the fifth with that of the minor third,
    • embryonic form of the consonances of the minor third, there is
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    • also see that the existence of the major third and the minor
    • other the minor third.
    • element which as yet is not present in our normal
    • and minor melodies will show that things are deeply rooted in
    • what certain statements were based, nor how things of
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    • evolutions; nor does he know what will become of him in the
    • origin nor his future he wanders about at the edge of the
    • nor the future can be determined objectively and competently
    • solution of other problems later. One enormous problem, for
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    • Norwegian legend of Olaf Åsteson, of whom we are told
    • macrocosm during the thirteen shortest days. And the nordic
    • Nor could he awaken
    • Nor could I awaken
    • Nor did my good hounds bark,
    • North
    • This horde riding from the North
    • remind us of the sublime language of olden times, nor of the
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    • of red is enormously deepened. We can also experience the
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    • science. For there is an enormous difference between the
    • tell us the whole of his nature, nor fathom the universal
    • in Norway, I happened to see a slate quarry which gave me the
    • all, nor can the person who stands before us, externally, as
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    • the beings that reject their normal path; they have to attach
    • nor that people are trying to harm them in all kinds of ways,
    • not what spiritual science is for, nor to oppose or pacify
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    • that on the other side (the front structure of the north
    • insignificant-looking part on this side (north portal of the
    • of self would increase enormously. But as man is now
    • of what his blood does, nor does he just follow the course of
    • perception was the normal one for man on ancient Moon, and
    • the inner blood system was regular, normal perception of the
    • these secrets nor referred to them in literature since the
    • help of the gods, as it were, it was a normal and healthy
    • awake, nor by entering into the body from outside in a
    • the physical body from outside, in loving longing, nor an
    • which they neither enjoy nor love the blood and nerves,
    • leading to the senses, nor takes hold of himself, from
    • company nor to the Anthroposophical Society, which is, of
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    • air-mist. The present sun, as I have told you, is not that, nor is it
    • perfectly normal, healthy woman. This is because there is a warmth
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    • human beings in their present form, would have sunk — nor could
    • sense, because the water was too thick; nor could they walk, for one
    • But at that time there was neither walking nor swimming,
    • stomach. Nor was there anything solid there to eat. All that they
    • thickened — yes, then this silica played an enormous role, it
    • is normal as regards stomach and intestines, but that the digestion
    • dense fluid. And neither he nor the higher mammals were visible as
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    • excavate, there is no railway, no tunnel nor anything else by which
    • substance, there is extraordinarily little left — nor of the
    • nor higher animal existed, the earth itself was alive. This obliges
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    • acknowledged because they have been found in northern Siberia where
    • North Pole, there were these animals; they are still there today, as
    • catastrophe occurred, and the water froze in the region of the North
    • on the other hand we have Europe: Norway, Scotland, England, Ireland,
    • present human form, nor the present elephants, nor rhinoceroses, nor
    • lions, nor cows, nor oxen, nor bulls, nor kangaroos — none of
    • nor man but something between. The one remained imperfect, the other
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    • countries were all in the sea, and when we come up to the north,
    • South America and North America. There too in those ancient times the
    • Above in the north the climate is different, the soil is different,
    • north and in the south; it goes on its way and moves from warm
    • as it is for us-nor even to speak. With us, reading and writing can
    • light and shade, nor did they allow for perspective, because they did
    • came more from the north, settling down in what is now India as the
    • light and shadow, for they did not yet exist for the Chinese. Nor
    • were ignorant, namely, of the human body. The Chinese knew very well
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    • lifeless, mineral sources. Neither animal nor man can do that. A
    • is necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
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    • little fat, so they develop an enormous craving for fat; and when
    • they ignore it. Naturally, such a performance can't be allowed to
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    • the mouse is caught! Externalities of this kind should be ignored if
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    • toward the cold North Pole, and the air from the cold North Pole
    • can do nothing — nor Mars. If the moon were not there, no
    • from the south to the north, from the north to the south. These
    • taste, but they can grow to an enormous size — why, there are
    • much when they eat strawberries. If, then, some people with normal
    • Knowledge of the soil is of enormous importance to the farmer. These
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    • enormous significance the sun has for the earth, this is a matter of
    • enormously in number and this certainly means something for the
    • one is looking for the reasons for abnormal weather. For naturally
    • they travel to the North Pole or the South Pole, they travel into the
    • rising. But when it is up above it wafts toward the North Pole: winds
    • blow from the middle zone of the earth toward the North Pole. These
    • are warm winds, warm air. But the cold air at the North Pole tries to
    • middle zone. Cold air is perpetually streaming from the North Pole to
    • to the North Pole. These are the currents called the trade winds. In
    • from the middle zone of the earth toward the North Pole and back
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    • of the universe. Nor can we explain our earth in any other way than
    • then here would be North America, here South America, between them,
    • there is Asia Minor, the Mediterranean, Greece, Italy, Spain, France,
    • particular there are many volcanic mountains. There is the North
    • For instance, when you drive along the stretch of road from northern
    • sunshine is normal. Starlight is everywhere; one must not think that
    • He was neither an astronomer nor a geologist nor
    • geographer nor natural scientist, but a former priest who had given
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    • such a thing; it was such a silly, useless thing! Nor has it always
    • it presents them — cannot really be understood. Nor will they
    • no further than that; nor can he do so. For think of this: if some
    • were enormous numbers of miscarriages: the women gave birth
    • the equator to the North Pole and the whole earth would perish. Yes,
    • abnormally restless. The science of their day justified them in their
    • ignore it.
    • confusion of thought, for ignorance in the social field.
    • that the spiritual aspect is not ignored as it has been for a long
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    • an enormous error! Why can a man standing here see the piano over
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    • throws no light on the nature of rationality. Nor does Descartes in the
    • higher knowledge was given to a minority in symbolic form. While today we
    • for neither the initiates nor their hearers had the soul-forces we have now
    • the very early days of Christianity there was a sect in North Africa called
    • soul, Spiritual Science, if rightly presented, can be grasped by every normal
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    • that night and day are all one. Nor does he experience the world as a dream.
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    • enormously wholesome and significant for our entire human existence. Our
    • enormously health-giving influence on human beings while they are growing
    • in inward brooding nor depletes his inner life by complete surrender to outer
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    • cannot develop consciousness in himself. But if, in the normal course of his
    • normally dominates him, and raise to a higher level all that is dominated by
    • its deeper significance. But if we weaken our normal forces, we make
    • ourselves incapable of maintaining a normal relationship with the outer
    • evolution a certain normal relationship exists between the external world and
    • the forces of the soul, yet every period tends to drive the normal to
    • no attention to opposition that comes from abnormal trends. And because we
    • beyond the normal in order to make the exercises easier. But it would be
    • the diseases of plants come only from some external cause, from abnormal
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    • to expression in the plants could be called egoism. Normally, we do not speak
    • sentient body; he can go out beyond himself. Nor is he capable only of seeing
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    • spirit is there. Neither the science of today nor the science of tomorrow can
    • inquiries with enormous diligence and assiduity. Again and again he got his
    • body of man. In the far north we find that when elements of culture are
    • to the course of the sun. We then must say: For normal consciousness today,
    • normal consciousness experiences during waking hours, in its threefold
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    • what we may call, in a certain sense, the normal. Then it may find itself in
    • its normal tension. By so doing we liberate ourselves from any bond with the
    • new-born child, we find that during its first days it can neither laugh nor
    • or fears is typical for its species, modified only in minor details among
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    • by our own inner world nor by the outer world — a realm which has the
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    • work there, although their activities are not normally visible. If we
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    • the normal course of development of the human being. For we see the events
    • referred to affecting this normal course of development. Do they perhaps
    • in normal life we observe the former internally, but the physical body
    • astral body are inner experiences under normal circumstances and what the ego
    • the so-called normal human life and its development in essence. Let us ask
    • necessary for the topic we are dealing with today. Normal developments have
    • to be understood in order to recognise the apparently abnormal states as they
    • life the astral body and the ego under normal circumstances are dependent on
    • normal human life. In ordinary life we have so-called experiences. These
    • and phantastical. This can harm neither the ancient poets nor the truth, but
    • the soul in our current normal life has to find expression in an organ; and
    • are active together in the normal course of human life: an inner and an
    • and the ether body to restore them to their normal state. Only in sleep can
    • enormous error. Life does not work according to abstractions. Life works in
    • had written these documents on the basis of their normal scholarly knowledge.
    • inner and the outer human being, lies outside normal human consciousness. But
    • In the normal development of life death must be seen as the one side and
    • progress at all between birth and death. Those things which in normal life we
    • something to be grateful for is not one which is normally present in ordinary
    • Normal life proceeds
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    • beyond the normal level, and so we have gained a glimpse of the development
    • this kind plays an enormous part in life. It illustrates the danger to which
    • and consciously, the condition which occurs normally in sleep, when the soul
    • soul-qualities that are necessary for receiving new impressions, nor must be
    • on other people than when they arise from the conscious exercise of normal
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    • regarded as normal. But such observations are liable to misinterpretation in
    • healthy normal soul-life and one which can be described with the words
    • observe phenomena in normal healthy soul-life which, if they go beyond a
    • normal soul-life — the impossibility of progressing from an idea
    • does not sound to him like a normal cough but gives him the illusion that
    • and occurrences in normal life where it happens that someone has overheard
    • It is not very easy to determine where the normal soul-life turns from its
    • that someone in an avenue of trees has the quite normal perception of seeing
    • and considers it to be reality in the normal physical sense with the paradox
    • how easily normal soul-life can become disordered.
    • the outer human being which can show us how man's normal soul-life may
    • be disturbed if they fail to function in their normal way. Why does this
    • soul, too, will appear abnormal when the physical body is a hindrance and
    • obstacle for the normal expression of the consciousness soul. If we divide
    • normally take effect immediately in our present life between birth and death.
    • obstacle normal sight is not possible. These partial defects can appear in
    • when all the organs of the physical body are working together normally it
    • possible in many respects, because if in abnormal soul-life there is only the
    • that we do not feel affected by every minor inconvenience; for trying to
    • these two stages of imitation and bowing to authority are ignored. If no
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    • in our environment which we normally ignored, although they are swarming
    • in Orestes a mode of seeing which was no longer normal in those times. The
    • enormity of his crime caused the old clairvoyance to awake in him, like an
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    • normal child absorbed little of what he saw and heard. This
    • gift for scholarly learning, nor did he show interest in it up
    • normal life the I in a person we are observing does not play
    • Zarathustra. It was shown that an enormous force of inner
    • caused abnormal mental states, diseases and so forth. Such
    • honor I became prouder and I often said to myself: What a
    • increased with every new honor. Then I had a dream. What a
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    • North America. There, too, in those ancient times the land reached
    • Chinese said: above in the north the climate is different, the soil
    • all-pervading. The sun shines in the north and in the south; it goes
    • with us to learn to read and write — nor even to speak. With
    • painting recognized neither light nor shadow, nor did they recognize
    • paint — nor do they have perspective. That only comes later.
    • people came more from the north, settling down here as the land
    • knowledge of something of which the Chinese were ignorant
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    • state. We need not have any particular objection to this nor concern
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    • bee comes near a man who is afraid, it senses more than it normally
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    • but the milk has not got the same force as milk produced under normal
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    • the north wind and the east wind, and so on.
    • are concerned merely with what they regard as a normal condition.
    • spirit, and which modern science ignores, are such that one is able
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    • as in a normal hive there are three kinds of eggs: queen-eggs, worker-eggs
    • say, a normal man, your blood will come more into motion, and
    • happens in a normal way, and in a swoon in abnormal way. In a swoon,
    • normal man who suffers from rheumatism, and is given the correct dose
    • the case of a normal man, it will very probably happen that not
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    • of the fact that something new should come into being, nor that the
    • constrained but ignorant of the fact that it is constrained;
    • normally forced to lecture, are neutralized. One is not promoting
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    • Then, one will neither write down the rest of the speech nor
    • verbatim composition nor the mere noting down of catch-words
    • way, not all the letters, nor all the sounds, have the same
    • logical. This is why, normally not being very logical by
    • normally does, and to swallow as much as one is used to
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    • neither his inhalation nor his exhalation. The assertion may
    • plans, nor anything else of the kind; but life is there, and
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    • neither de Maistre himself nor those who listened to his impassioned
    • Saint-Simon and Comte, nor does he work with statistics. Economic and
    • the peoples who were pressing downward from the North. The next stage
    • North into the Graeco-Roman world. Then, in the following centuries,
    • prevailing among the barbarians of the North. Spiritual life in the
    • to us in the form of tradition do not, nor can they ever make it really
    • unity — were separated, nor could they be reunited. This attitude
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    • And as the northern tribes
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    • in the north-east, in which a certain popular element lived. But the
    • with what came over from the east as decadent oriental life. Nor within
    • ‘ignorabimus’ as regards matter and consciousness. Natural
    • ‘ignorabimus!’ And Leopold von Ranke, the historian who
    • historian says ‘ignorabimus’. ‘Ignorabimus’ alike
    • world of ‘ignorabimus’. Agnosticism becomes fashionable,
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    • normal human consciousness, and to this end, we concern
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    • as normal scientific thinking appears here and there in
    • to reveal the nature of what would normally be hidden. Please
    • we supplement what we normally see as the surface of things
    • we normally do into our mental activity. It cannot come about
    • subconscious do we normally experience the height
    • normal consciousness of the spatial dimensions. Please now
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    • relation to reality — than is normally present in
    • the word “clairvoyance” is normally used, and the
    • senses and normal understanding. If someone claims that he
    • sees something different in the inorganic realm from one who
    • manner as with mathematics in the inorganic realm, I can
    • inorganic nature, and that is only recognized as a reality
    • one with inorganic nature through a mathematical approach.
    • grasps the external inorganic world through a mathematical
    • way that it joins with what is observed as outer inorganic
    • organism and in these gulfs simply continues its inorganic
    • processes. We can reconstruct the inorganic processes that
    • the inorganic and deal with it mathematically, but we can
    • we can use the same approach as we do to the inorganic realm.
    • experience the inorganic within us.
    • knowledge in the face of what normally confronts us in our
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    • panorama of our experiences? We are quite clear that the
    • back from our life panorama to the inner activity that
    • nerves. The life panorama and the experiences described in
    • observe our life panorama, we can see what has changed in our
    • the place of what is normally the end of an experience.
    • Normally when we forget something, this marks the end of some
    • sequence of experiences. Thus in place of what would normally
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    • processes are understood through mathematics. Nor will one
    • providing a basis for the experience of the life panorama
    • in the retrospective life panorama how the independence of
    • periods of time to replace the ordinary, normal, but largely
    • we ordinarily do in our normal, unconscious breathing. The
    • willfully made conscious by an alteration of normal
    • everything that normally had a sober, prosaic character. At
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    • really do? Normally our organism takes over the mental
    • activity which normally is a kind of involuntary activity
    • vision, not in an abnormal way (as is the case with such
    • their case this happened through certain abnormal conditions
    • life panorama, and we discover in the configuration of the
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    • system with our regular senses, one can discover abnormal
    • cases of such tendencies arising in other places. A normal
    • organ not meant to be a sense organ, whose normal function is
    • system in a place not right for it causes abnormalities in
    • abnormality just mentioned is the formation of a tumor where
    • This is not just fantasizing into the blue — nor is it
    • panorama, which extends back to early childhood and, at
    • their lives out normally. In such cases what is viewed
    • My honored
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    • and of scientific spirit. Today, my honored students, it is
    • honored fellow students, we would particularly like to work
    • phrases, even when they are time-honored; rather, I like to
    • use my version of it as we end our work. My honored students!
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    • to explain inorganic nature, Haeckel could nevertheless claim that this
    • researchers we must confess: ignorabimus, we shall never know. That
    • 14, 1872 du Bois-Reymond spoke his ignorabimus, this same
    • ignorabimus was spoken also with regard to all social thought.
    • What this ignorabimus
    • of lecture-halls still laboring in the shadow of this ignorabimus.
    • an ignorabimus in the face of the concept of matter is essentially the
    • — when in August 1872 he spoke his ignorabimus. What
    • this ignorabimus wants to say in essence is that on the one
    • to answer with an ignorabimus, but that cannot be, for we need
    • something more than an ignorabimus in order to meet the social
    • against when he spoke [about] his ignorabimus on August 14, 1872
    • ignorabimus? That is the burning question.
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    • could hardly maintain that any normal man would see a triangle as a
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    • of the limbs, of changes within ourselves as we move. Normally we remain
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    • something that his normal consciousness had long since forgotten, something
    • that Goethe was no trivial thinker, nor trivial in his feelings when
    • because it escapes normal human powers so easily; by immersing oneself
    • to roll on with a kind of inner inertia, nor believe that one can penetrate
    • manifests itself as the projection into normal consciousness of a higher
    • of this portal is well founded in the normal scientific sense. For it
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    • reason it is usually the case that when the demands of normal consciousness
    • discipline of the modern scientific method and knows at least the tenor
    • a halt at the boundary and develop instead something that normally is
    • coming to terms with this second boundary presenting itself to normal
    • to the change of teeth (in normal life and in conventional science this
    • One begins to comprehend that even in normal sleep one's soul-spirit
    • if they are but slightly withdrawn from what normally binds them to
    • of normal consciousness and seeks thus to comprehend them will perhaps
    • due to the operation of certain laws sleep normally spreads itself out
    • du Bois-Reymond had said in 1872: ignorabimus. Confronted with
    • evolution, the psychiatrist can say only ignorabimus, or
    • ignoramus. This is but a translation of what is clothed in the
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    • one does not have the normal faculty of memory at one's disposal. One
    • it is essentially the same as it is in normal sense perception of the
    • in which it could move in a way that the Westerner's normal consciousness
    • to normal consciousness, however, we find something that we Westerners,
    • states of soul that often appear outwardly normal from which emerges
    • should have remained objective, he can no longer experience space normally.
    • love more nobly than in normal life, where love is led by the powers
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    • from growing into the spiritual world in normal consciousness. As human
    • these things are not so simple at all. Normally we speak of five senses
    • thoughts of another person in such a way as to perceive them, nor toward
    • this tendency in an abnormal, pathological way and finally arrived at
    • the conditions that arise through the abnormal development of a leaf,
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    • in the strict sense, though it transcended the normal bounds of philosophy.
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    • therefore ignores it. It wipes it out with a single gesture.
    • chemical ether and life ether also, but we can ignore that
    • in a normal condition.
    • when these processes, which are quite normal in origin
    • continue beyond the limit normally set by man's organization.
    • the irregularity above, there results an abnormal cooperation
    • that are still entirely in the range of normal.
    • think nor feel. Everything that lives in the soul in feeling
    • suppressed in the normal organism. Just as death is connected
    • way so that the normal relationship returns. We can observe
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    • the human chest organs. Indeed, the normal condition in the
    • normally spends one third of his life with a large part of
    • abnormalities of the human rhythmic organism, particularly
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    • state, whereas in the normal person their function is clearly
    • would normally be carried out voluntarily is carried out
    • continuation of everything that happens abnormally in this
    • able to digest only in an abnormal condition, that is able to
    • be digested, therefore, only in an abnormal human organism.
    • We provoke the abnormal human organism to digest something
    • abnormal conditions from what we have gained through
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    • this process, which ought to occur in the normal course of
    • process that occurs as the normal course of events in the
    • abnormally. Thus, this process, which is simply a concomitant
    • constant striving toward a normal and an abnormal state. The
    • normalizing tendency attains a certain culmination and is
    • recession the abnormal influence of the ego will set in with
    • opposite must necessarily occur: what the ego normally does
    • overvitalization is at work in abnormal diarrheal conditions
    • activities. This analytic process is a part of the normal
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    • man's being: the soul and spirit. Such views ignore the
    • were not defective, if it were constituted normally, it would
    • abnormal, it intrudes upon consciousness, and visions and
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    • organs of breathing are stimulated. The normal breathing
    • fluid under normal conditions, but it can be evoked in the
    • place in normal life, that is, some condition in which a kind
    • proper nerve-sense activity nor a proper breathing activity
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    • normal person, where everything that works downward from the
    • this oscillation. When it becomes abnormal, when it grows too
    • nor an anthropological theory can be applied in any other way
    • this normal process striving upward in the blossoms of plants
    • There must be a balance, and this is present in the normal human
    • already described the abnormalities that arise there. Now,
    • try to find analogies. Such things are of minor significance
    • normal person the magnesium forces do not extend beyond this
    • forces that act abnormally in Graves' disease tend toward the
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    • which continually work plastically on man, which normally
    • they will not be able to form a normal shape with the
    • normalizing way if one uses vowel eurythmy. This vowel
    • urinary process becomes a luminescent process in an abnormal
    • abnormality. On the other hand, if what is beautiful in the
    • normal people, and in some cases, they become highly
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    • but not when they paint the everyday world. Nor did they pay attention
    • painting, something inorganic, i.e. walls or some other inanimate
    • something whereby the inorganic, the inanimate is to result, which at
    • inorganic or lifeless objects This does not mean that one is to paint
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    • it appears, nor are there things around us which can be counted or
    • If we had not the possibility of dreaming, nor the continuation of
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    • not as abstract thoughts, not as lifeless knowledge, nor as science,
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    • the experience of the colour red is enormously deepened. Then we can
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    • It is ignored when one has what is qualitative one the surface as the
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    • studying the rebellion of the Protestant spirit of the North
    • suggests that the very snoring of the heroes, of the Gods and
    • keep this in thy heart, nor let forgetfulness come upon
    • nor do we only recognise the pertinent description of this
    • as to have a wholly spectral quality. Nor are the figures of
    • normally went another way.
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    • there is something inorganic, purely mathematical in the
    • everybody wants to pass judgment on everything ignoring, of
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    • of disappearing — the inhabitants of northern Hungary
    • settled south of the Carpathians in northern Hungary. In my
    • the industrious people of northern Hungary. They have not
    • Italian, but in this northern clime, you have had to let an
    • ignored. And it is the same in this whole agglomeration of
    • truth! What does it mean — Man? You are not it, nor am
    • have I myself seen anything as astounding, nor have I heard
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    • occultist, the Danish, Swedish and Norwegian cultures, for
    • Norway. We should have to take the capital of the fourth
    • cultures of Denmark, Sweden and Norway as we have for the
    • the Greeks, nor have we within us what is now for the first
    • evolution in the South, Lemurian evolution in the North of
    • the forms as they are, nor the things that are done here, are
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    • formerly a merely inorganic principle of symmetry has been
    • the case of the Asiatic, nor is it yet so in the case of the
    • ignorance of the existence of America. Is such a thing
    • artificial, inorganic invention. The speech of the future
    • no longer exists, nor the heavens which now look down upon
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    • Our hair is not coloured, nor if we had feathers would they
    • Nor this is not the case. A surface covered with blue
    • Northern and Central Europe who came into contact with
    • element in art entered into the northern peoples.
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    • possible than that man is led wholly to ignore the living
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    • Then, one will neither write down the rest of the speech nor
    • verbatim composition nor the mere noting down of catch-words
    • way, not all the letters, nor all the sounds, have the same
    • logical. This is why, normally not being very logical by
    • normally does, and to swallow as much as one is used to
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    • plans, nor anything else of the kind; but life is there, and
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    • yet there exists no proper judgment about the enormity which
    • friends, it is to be neither an international nor a national
    • General Society is neither international nor national but
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    • Italy, Sweden, Norway, Holland and so on. Alas, the baby has
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    • the Goetheanum nor with the Anthroposophical Society in
    • able neither to live nor die, so that once again for
    • Ingerö declares on behalf of Norway that about 3,000
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    • be heard from East, West, North, South. To this Light Divine
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    • In East, West, North, South,
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    • idea of the enormity of that loss and of the load of grief brought
    • disaster?” Nor can I deny anyone the right to ask whether the
    • the spirit of the commandment, ‘Honor thy father and thy mother
    • for a member to be a first-rate scientist and yet ignore the
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    • itself nor how fully I agree with it in principle. Something can be
    • judgment made in ignorance of the facts. It might easily be thought
    • being, one neither accepts nor rejects. Then, perhaps even years
    • panorama. This tableau of his life confronts a person for several
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    • are to the earthly sense world. Nor are they to be found in corpses.
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    • denigrate or to criticize science and scientific inquiry; it honors
    • friends, people have indeed learned an enormous amount about nature.
    • human souls by gods. Nor can it have kinship with the Greek ideal,
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    • scarcely be able to read, for example, unless highly abnormal
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    • circumstances and is able, by reason of a normal psychic and bodily
    • the habit of ignoring his opponents. He knows that he has to have
    • harmonize with what went on in the building, that an inorganic
    • anthroposophical life been progressing at a normal tempo, might
    • Anthroposophical Society. Nor should the fact go unrecognized that
    • remains an abnormal and harmful phenomenon. It is similarly harmful
    • out of direct vision, and in neither its modern nor its older forms
    • abnormal when he introduces dream concerns into his waking
    • consciousness, so does a person necessarily become abnormal in his
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    • simply false. The old society cannot be other than it is, nor can the
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    • one's natural environment wakes one to normal day consciousness. In
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    • suppose that the kind of picture consciousness that is normally
    • conceive the physical world as it is normally conceived in dream life
    • him alone. This is the case in what is called an abnormal mental
    • affliction, ranging all the way from trifling disturbances of normal
    • read them can now do so. We show ourselves ignorant of modern social
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    • as “straight” as is usually done, nor as
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    • grown so enormously during recent weeks that it would not have been
    • As normally developed
    • content of your ego. As normal human Beings you know the content of
    • awakes, the normal man of to-day sees nothing of his astral body. He
    • times, in the civilisations that evolved in North-Western Europe and
    • times evolved in Africa, Arabia, and the districts of Asia Minor
    • describe as that of Zarathustra was more suited to northern peoples.
    • In normal life a
    • other, which took a more northerly course, passed through Europe and
    • Northern Central Asia. Here these two streams eventually met. All
    • post-Atlantean culture. The northern stream had leaders such as I
    • the forms belonging to the northern culture, compelling them to
    • northern stream of culture he poured himself forth into the
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    • different from that which flourishes at the North Pole. We do not
    • North Pole and been burnt up at the South Pole!” We can say
    • to the etheric nor yet the physical body. In the Exusiai, on the
    • nor are we ripe enough, to experience our own Karma at the present
    • him, and his existence is ignored. According to the ideas of the
    • childhood,” said the God of the underworld, “nor remember
    • of the physical plane, who is normally only able to carry his memory
    • early years along with that of a later day. In the normal man of
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    • feeling in man; neither spiritual life nor external culture.
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    • adversary of religion nor of science. It wants to attain truth like
    • the view in general that the lower living beings developed from inorganic
    • and ignore what is the next to them? Nevertheless, the soul is closer
    • neither with levers nor with screws. The more the field of observation
    • from wildness, from ignorance. Millions of years ago, when the human
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    • words. This motto is normally translated with the words: no religion
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    • has come to an image of Jesus from an idea which Jesus did never suggest nor
    • man from Nazareth. But nobody, neither I nor others who look into the old confessional
    • an abstract, shadowy concept nor a single human being in its reality, but really
    • the apostles. Last of all he appeared to me too; it was like a sudden, abnormal
    • has progressed in the knowledge of the external world. But this enormous progress
    • he sinned in this life nor his parents, the cause has to be looked for somewhere
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    • saddest phenomena of human life which we call madness. One has to ignore the
    • psychology, we come to the abnormal phenomena of the soul-life. You can recognise
    • of the scientific thoughts nor of this psychology. They have not developed their
    • to science nor it is to its benefit.
    • inorganic processes. If we see that just those who rendered outstanding services
    • an organic chemical (urea) from an inorganic substance and disproved the
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    • in a situation in which normally those not are who experience such an event.
    • Neither pain nor joy penetrated his heart. He was above any grief and desire.
    • the human soul in another form than one normally hears it. He puts the question:
    • truth of those questions against which people normally have the biggest prejudices.
    • person. What does desire normally do to us, what does harm do to us? That which
    • abnormal phenomena of the human life. These phenomena are apparently far from
    • the phenomena which are called abnormal conditions of the soul, like hypnotism,
    • would hurt him if his soul functioned normally.
    • the thoughts of the other. If you face another person in normal condition, his
    • other similar abnormal states. We have transported the person into an unconscious
    • the human being is also in the normal, in the everyday waking state in a state
    • happen if we are in the normal life in a similar situation like the hypnotised
    • the hypnotised toward the hypnotist in the abnormal sense. Then our eyes and
    • spirit clairvoyantly if we are without desire and grief in the normal state,
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    • eliminate them from everything that can be considered as justified for the normal
    • anything else than quite abnormal matters. These are some interpretations which
    • and mind? We must ask ourselves: are such phenomena actually such an abnormal
    • Then, however, the view could take place which simply sees abnormalities in
    • dreams correct that in the dream an enormous irregularity and arbitrariness
    • The human being normally does not
    • and normally also those who experiment with the medium are not able to have
    • else than pathological, abnormal phenomena to be rejected, and it also has somewhat
    • seer about whom one normally does not know that he is a seer, namely Goethe,
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    • abnormal phenomena which were not explicable by means of natural forces known
    • to recognise what is neither sensuous nor analogous to the sensuous, but what
    • the broadest sense to those which one has to call abnormal but sensual. The
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    • but characterises him — showed an enormous impartiality just of this question
    • correctly, the preconditions of such a judgment are more profound than one normally
    • that these phenomena concern an abnormal state of the experimental subject.
    • of the 19th century that is ignored, however, by the official science as a rule.
    • which is normally not understood. One does not need to agree to the theory,
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    • on Ceylon, but in the northern Buddhism which comprises not only the pure and
    • doctrine of the spiritual life of the world. This northern Buddhism can be regarded
    • The northern Buddhism has preserved
    • him. The spirit has neither words nor concepts, it has immediate life. All concepts
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    • The principles indicated should not be ignored, for if we follow them
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    • there developed in the Northern Zone more especially the impulse
    • the basic tendency of the Northern peoples.
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    • something of enormous importance. He hints at the critical turning
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    • Regrettably, however, his warnings were ignored. It was on that
    • is quite different from the normal craft masonry. The ordinary craft
    • ignorant of it. No one can say that the three angles of a triangle
    • person says who is ignorant of the true sum of the angles of a
    • That is still unknown. They are ignorant of one thing: namely, where
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    • Christianity, carrying it to Northern Europe, whereby the Germanic
    • neither to the left nor the right. But if he is persecuted, perhaps
    • listen to the occultists and let us say neither yea nor nay to them.
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    • fearfully heretical, but then I represent neither the priesthood nor
    • arithmetic; in short, everything pertaining to inorganic nature, to
    • the inorganic Mineral Kingdom.
    • thinking that inorganic nature has transmitted to the architect in
    • everything; the controlling of inorganic nature was then seen as the
    • inorganic Nature, when the whole planet was presented to man just as
    • there is always this mastering of unliving, inorganic nature,
    • [The concepts of] majority and minority are meaningless in what the
    • upon what confronts us today as the cosmos. Neither moon nor sun
    • the architect nor the artist nor the statesman have anything to do —
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    • Wilson is a wonderful piece of writing; the whole of North
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    • and flows through him, nor is he conscious of the necessity
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    • his spiritual normality, stimulated by the soul-spiritual
    • this from various points of view — the enormous contrast of the
    • applied to all human observation. Normally no one considers how
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    • of Christianity from the south to the north, these incarnated
    • Europe spread from the south to the north under the barbaric
    • there are facts after all which cannot be ignored, and which
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    • the cycles has indeed originated from members, but normally
    • a Hölderlin or Nietzsche, nor for the necessity of an
    • because I give neither praise nor reproach from something
    • and also a predominant ignorance in their point of view, one
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    • ego experience arises for the whole of our past life, which normally
    • of the ego when an aspect of ourselves that normally lives only in the
    • having completely taken time into one's experience. In normal
    • knowledge. We can have those in our normal experience of making discoveries,
    • sun through the Zodiac, something normally regarded as merely a physical,
    • to dealing with the inorganic sphere by forming concepts. But that is
    • the inorganic world around us in measure, weight and number, to arrive
    • In dealing with inorganic
    • nature, man uses his rational mind and lets this inorganic nature become
    • is already using in his study of the inorganic world — a way not
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    • inner indifference. We know that life normally lifts us up in delight
    • be grasped by speculating, nor with philosophical arguments. They can
    • to be worked for. We come to realize that only the inorganic world is
    • whole cosmos, whereas normally one finds it merely in the limited field
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    • forces that normally are unconsciously at work in man. Our usual object-bound
    • and reproduction in us, reduce our normal conscious awareness for the
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    • why it is necessary to enliven the faculties that normally fight their
    • enormously typical when someone says: T think I prefer to leave such
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    • Galilee, nor even St. Paul, whose whole character and
    • inclination are of quite another kind, nor the early Christian
    • fitting in serious times to ignore and disregard the things
    • such a nature that we can neither perceive nor understand the
    • existence in which neither birth nor death plays the important
    • birth nor death, only changes of condition, only metamorphoses.
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    • comprising panorama where all views show their deeper
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    • therefore, you ignore the latter in your theories. It does not
    • that one receives if one ignores the distinctive features and
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    • reference to this document are enormous.
    • new reasons. At first, neither our modern science nor the
    • had not yet produced amphibians nor mammals, if we survey all
    • days nor for anything else. Which use are we able to make of
    • heavens...” One interprets these verses normally as a
    • ignored that the spirit develops bit by bit from the physical.
    • integrated as something inorganic. — If you go on, you
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    • passenger. It was ignored, the number 13. Also at hotels you
    • enlightened doctors are that the number 13 is ignored with
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    • its body from single inorganic components in the most wonderful
    • inorganic substances. The inner light which initiates the
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    • the actual individual through all outer obstacles, they ignore
    • peculiarities. Thus, one must not ignore it, if Tolstoy tells
    • are not allowed to ignore when he says there things, which were
    • ground. It impressed him enormously that they were grown
    • something transient with the human beings normally: look at the
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    • ghost stories in Rome as they appear in the north. Moreover, we
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    • for you'll evolve according to eternal norms,
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    • nevertheless, a transition of the normal to the anomalous
    • vernacular has an old word for this state where the normal
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    • is why we find the view in the Nordic mysteries that one can
    • Nordic legends of gods. He who wanted to be a member in this
    • forces in himself. As long as he normally lives in the modern
    • spheres of thinking, feeling, and willing are normally not
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    • nor yet an alpha. But a fish could be an alpha, an aleph. Why? Because
    • of the minor mood in the most comprehensive sense. The minor mood is
    • as the differentiation between the major and the minor moods when you
    • of the minor, again with feeling, out of the experience of the sounds
    • into the everlasting minor mood of the melancholic person.
    • person is perpetually in the minor mood. And it is not exactly a metaphor
    • the minor projected into the physical plane produces fever; it is the
    • the major and the minor moods are, on a higher plane, the same as health
    • Now we must not think that because the minor mood is [connected with]
    • moods of major and minor, when developed eurythmically, may in time
    • towards the experience of major and minor. But the important fact we
    • minor triad, and when you keep these gestures in view and have repeatedly
    • basic elements of music, the major triad and the minor triad, can be
    • I asked you just now to produce a major, or a minor, triad. It is simply
    • major mood as such in o and oo, and the minor mood
    • pass over from the experience of minor to the experience of major by
    • minor, then you change it by placing yourself forward. Simply incline
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    • minor mood there is an effort to tear free from an excessive awareness
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    • it is not my intention to campaign against this kind of thing, nor to
    • of course, but the music lies between them. It is not the C nor the
    • nor holding on to, the form.
    • the major and the minor triads, and so on, and in connection with the
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    • two bones in the forearm for the major and minor thirds, and here too
    • you have to develop the feeling corresponding to a major key and a minor
    • then you have the feeling of the minor mood. If you acquire a sensitivity
    • minor thirds — the major third in the tibia and the minor third in the
    • at a real understanding of the major (Dur) and minor (Moll)
    • about major and minor and which are found in books on music are actually
    • appalling. [46] Many such theories with regard to major and minor have
    • the difference between major and minor lies in the fact that everything
    • into all motifs in the major mood. All phrases in the minor mood are
    • laying hold of something. All phrases in the minor mood are related
    • in the minor mood, we must definitely show that this is a transference
    • we have a cadence in the minor mood, the process is reversed; the stopping
    • of feeling has to be present. It is only the ignorance of our civilization
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    • physical and life bodies, normal consciousness forces itself
    • very quickly back into them, and it is only then that normal
    • when it appears in an abnormal state — so too we can
    • thinks less well when we are within it, with the normal
    • our normal consciousness.
    • bodies, taking with them from normal life only the will and a
    • whole earthly environment, what filled our normal consciousness —
    • valuable as moral human beings. We indulge in no illusions, nor
    • which we ignored during life, now emerge and we really do
    • creative forces within us. Normal physical thoughts on Earth
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    • So one can take neither God nor “His
    • God nor Goethe went to work in this fashion. What we have to picture
    • order nor beauty and so on really exist outside us? You needn't believe
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    • he starts snoring. All of this is a perfectly natural development.
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    • Modern science, in its ignorance of what
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    • a normal old age — say seventy or eighty — his etheric body
    • our death. That is also the reason why it presents the whole life-panorama
    • life, so that we may learn and acquire from this panorama everything
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    • as I've often shown. But then we normally lose our ego-awareness, and
    • spirit, for the breaking of the vase is neither of the spirit nor of
    • But considering our total ignorance on the
    • today in abnormal times, and it should not happen that many members
    • now of private matters that are no concern of the Society. Nor is it,
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    • such a thing is possible that particularly abnormal forces are
    • necessary. These must be forces that are caused by abnormal
    • everyday life only to a minor degree must give
    • think in the normal life. However, you experience the moment
    • Normally one can notice that the statements that are done in
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    • personally in the games, nor to make profit, but to look at the
    • meeting in Leipzig (1872) in his ignorabimus speech! Du
    • the nature of frightening than one normally thinks. This is
    • rages in such a way normally does not know, why he does it
    • Nature has neither kernel nor
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    • the physical body with that what remains unaware in the normal
    • recognised, even if there is no tradition nor any
    • world. However, someone who has neither science nor art should
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    • which he can only not get any consciousness in the normal human
    • difference that one is unaware in the normal sleep, while the
    • life should normally pass lights up from a certain point of
    • in the normal human life.
    • nor into the spiritual-scientific experience. For someone who
    • the normal life, you fall asleep if you do not have
    • itself in the normal life as thinking if the thoughts, which
    • you normally do no longer have, have died away if they have
    • is good only for the thoughts which are obtained in the normal
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    • anyhow which the human being himself causes before the normal
    • like such a book, and because one ignores such things. So one
    • ignores something that is a principle of the opponents of
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    • heart did not exist three hundred years ago, nor will it be
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    • normal. It was only by sheer imitation that she copied the
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    • parents' attitudes, just as the human eye will ignore something
    • And the thoughts of the child are not yet abstract, nor yet
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    • ding-dong theory nor the bow-wow theory, although both theories
    • harmony with the child's nature. Thus we neither wish nor
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    • Strictly speaking, this law applies only to the inorganic
    • inorganic world can be grasped by children only around the
    • loosely, which can happen, nor too tightly, as if each letter
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    • may have adapted the entire organism to the slightly abnormal
    • the heart to work normally again, such a “cured”
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    • some ninety-nine percent could just as well be ignored without
    • is communicated through suggestive movements, nor is it a form
    • in ardent or exuberant dance movements, nor does it use
    • intellectually thought out, nor are they excessive by nature.
    • They are neither to be explained away, nor should they be
    • an external instrument, nor on any one part of the human being,
    • cultures, and in such cases, neither our Waldorf teachers nor
    • I, nor anyone else, has any say in the matter except our dear
    • that our honored visitors, gathered here, have shown during
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    • blood-circulation comes to help him, nor the creation of
    • inner desire-life. Nor does the Asiatic become materialist, he
    • so it is really such a remarkable affair as between North and
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    • too through some circumstance or other that what is normally right is
    • in front, what is normally left is behind. These directions are just
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    • die. For all our normal knowledge, what we learn from the instruction
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    • life in the world that we follow neither Ahriman nor Lucifer but find an
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    • in nature. He will distinguish two magnetisms, the North and the South,
    • recognised in natural science, for instance, as North and South magnetism
    • in the body cannot normally come in contact with each other without
    • the latter to form into bands!). Normally only the complete excision of
    • without inflammation, there arose an abnormality which could only
    • “Such abnormalities
    • more eager, and as being rich, also more capable of giving to the Governor
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    • his bodily organs when he is asleep. Thus we see the enormous
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    • by extending to you my heartiest greeting. Friends in Norrköping
    • not that ye should be ignorant how that all our fathers were under the
    • neither through Will nor through Wisdom. What is the real meaning of
    • thought of as inseparable from Love. Neither Will nor Wisdom can give
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    • have been speaking to this Norrköping Branch of our Society I
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    • human being has, what a minor role it plays, for instance, among peasants.
    • distinct. People today are inordinately proud of their power of thinking,
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    • all that normally he can only experience when death takes him out of
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    • and neither very clear nor very comprehensive. Nevertheless, these forms
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    • world view—as the cold of the North Pole is modified in the Temperate
    • on this absence of freedom, on inner necessity, because it is ignorant
    • is pathological in our time and pushes a man down below his normal level.
    • account, there can be no thought of faith in the old sense, nor any
    • humanity's real, immediate necessity. Nor can these things be
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    • has changed enormously. If in our day someone in Switzerland learns
    • not what the eye sees outwardly, nor the physical part of the eye, but
    • it nor have any desire to know it through spiritual science, not to
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • from nature and are therefore able to become ill. Nor do we realize
    • This enabled us to maintain a profit and a normal growth. If we are
    • amount of the damage in Belgium and northern France, which probably
    • best of us will neither emigrate nor commit suicide but share in this fate
    • doing honor to a Moloch. No, we are being annihilated by peoples who
    • North Sea. And a despairing horde, a spirit alien to European ways,
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    • impact of this spiritual wave. Nor can they prevent it from entering
    • today cherish inordinately, love inordinately, what lives in ideas of
    • wave of evolution that normally would awaken in human beings a consciousness
    • with other people whom we call neither good nor bad, and with still
    • up with the human being. Only the beings connected with the normal evolution
    • one's intelligence — nor would it be possible to do so. You will
    • normally would have been confiscated by the police. Nor was it possible
    • was completely ready for the Revolution. It is enormously important
    • antipathies—these are expressly ignored, so that only the objective
    • is of minor importance, for that is merely the reading matter, and most
    • normally brings into action in individual human beings, for his subjective
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    • perspective of a much more elevated morality than is the norm. However,
    • letter, we read, “Neither the teaching nor the teacher was enough
    • together, you must not remain ignorant of what I think my position among
    • choose to simply ignore them, and of course the slanderers can always
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    • In bourgeois materialistic society, it's considered quite normal for
    • not considered normal; instead, it is something people feel slightly
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    • was a means of dulling their normal state of consciousness, resulting
    • school conducts this analysis with the patient in a normal waking state
    • neither last so long nor lead to such consequences.
    • is naturally received with universal skepticism by adults and normal
    • physicians of thirty years ago knew less about certain sexual abnormalities
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    • stronger force than the human being normally has. Then such a
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    • with mead, nor with wheat bread; but with cheese, milk, and oat
    • Paracelsus nor in that of Goethe — that one
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    • whose servant I am, that there will be neither dew nor rain
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    • Hence, in the north in the area of the later Persian empire
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    • can ignore that just with these attempts in the present the
    • without losing himself. In the normal life, this is not
    • longer aware of himself. In the normal life, the human being
    • proceeds in such a way as the normal life proceeds in
    • all if he loses himself at first with his usual normal
    • the normal consciousness, a higher being already works on the
    • modern humaneness. One confuses two things normally. The human
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    • normal consciousness, but exists as something real behind the
    • normal consciousness that we have to search in a spiritual
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    • of the southern populations. When the barbarians of the North encountered
    • economic circulation goods are valued neither in the one nor in the
    • labour accumulated within the goods, nor by the labour saved through
    • in the goods, nor the labour saved through them, constitutes the decisive
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    • being as such, of a process which ignores the human being, a process
    • life of Germany, which has developed enormously, we can say that in
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    • do not need at all the methods of spiritual science nor the
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    • work internally subconsciously to come from ignorance to
    • aware of normally. If the soul turns its attention away from
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    • scientific field, then one would put fewer ignorant objections
    • normally.
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    • emotional life. Hence, he ignores the emotional life as such.
    • normally says indulgently, well, we leave this to the
    • normally. If the spiritual researcher proceeds Imaginatively,
    • normally calls motor nerves are nothing but sensitive nerves.
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    • Hegel, still ignored the ether concept in spite of their
    • ..., works its way up, one cannot ignore the fact that this
    • nor with that which it contrasts as an absolute mind or
    • abnormal processes, it happens that that which lives in the
    • action with certain abnormal formations or states of the
    • on the physical, while with the normal development of the will
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    • This has not only made an enormous impression on Sir Oliver
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    • to a philosophy and the final resignation to ignorance
    • “The soul has neither states nor capabilities, like
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    • one normally speaks today of disproofs, are not so particularly
    • is, also of the minor individualities, such a thing can present
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    • soul life, as we stand in the normal human life, everything
    • not lead a normal soul life. We would have a group of mental
    • With the normal human being, it is essential that all mental
    • always around him he cannot perceive, however, in the normal
    • normal state of consciousness. Since, if the human being
    • brain starts gaining reality. As the human being normally uses
    • problem in the awake state. It can happen to him; but normally
    • peoples coming from the north, but they saw them maybe coming
    • of the normal human being the physical corporeality becomes
    • we consciously settle in the world in which the normal human
    • life. The normal human being is only unable to perceive what
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    • different from the feeling and willing in the soul normally.
    • than it is in the normal life. There we get on what can bring
    • is outside in the physical world. In the normal life, the human
    • that we only turn away from the physical world in the normal
    • “egoistic” everywhere and to say, in the normal
    • express it in such a way, but I prefer to say, in the normal
    • minor details permanent.”
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    • forgotten in the normal human life: the miraculous, first
    • However, it is forgotten in the sense as we normally speak of
    • than one normally assumes. It is more important what one has
    • than one admits normally. Thus, the same applies to that what
    • appear what we, as normal human beings, cannot control at
    • and no passage of time nor any power can break into bits
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    • normal life. If these cognitive forces have been lifted to a
    • are caused by the spiritual-mental processes. I ignore the
    • the earth as the geologists do, as an only inorganic, inanimate
    • knowledge, and not to their followers, nor to those who want to
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    • need to say, we shall not know, ignorabimus. We can understand
    • of evolution. Of course, one has completely to ignore
    • nor to the other brother. One of the brothers became
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    • with an enormous sum of proven facts which significance this
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    • an enormous sum of stars and processes, and then there comes
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    • came to light that he had just an abnormally small brain, a
    • approached the universities. It is easy with the normal
    • one can normally differentiate what is necessarily connected
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    • vividly. Hence, the Nordic legends also speak of
    • Asia and over the population of northern Africa. On the other
    • Europe; the other encloses the zones located to the north with
    • mixture with the northern belt which also encloses the Persian
    • northern belt.
    • unworldly. In these northern regions, we find human beings who
    • peninsulas. There we find that which flows from the north and
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    • from it. We could point to the highest summits, to the enormous
    • city, and you find it going northwards to Scotland or to
    • sense than what one normally understands by it. It means to pay
    • to his dear. The human being regards this normally as something
    • must not get lost neither in the outside world, nor in
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    • words: “a servant is not greater than his master, nor a
    • ignorance of the visitor of this factory exists as long as he
    • being is also ignorant in the fields of the spiritual, as long
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    • normally demands them. Who demands them does not understand the
    • — Take a drastic proof. Take a map of Asia Minor. A man
    • says, this is no map of Asia Minor, you have thought up this.
    • and memorise it. If you come to Asia Minor once, you see that
    • that is quite undeveloped with the normally educated people,
    • the human being exists only as disposition with the normally
    • remember former earth-lives? Examine only once what normally
    • Another objection is normally done against the teaching of
    • determined irreversibly. There is no longer freedom nor free
    • And no passage of time nor any can break into bits
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    • Dionysia, a city of Asia Minor, the following happened. This
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    • with which he could make himself invisible. In the Norse one,
    • day consciousness of the normal human being by which culture
    • Nibelungs, but that he resorted to the Norse legend even if
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    • the peoples increased enormously when the big discoveries of
    • Greek was, nor with that which Paracelsus saw in him. Indeed,
    • bred with figs, nor with mead, nor with wheat bread, but with
    • human heart. He also sees a connection between abnormalities
    • magnetic needle, but always north pole and south pole together
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    • for the spiritual life of the minority, the upper
    • possible through enormously fine technical improvements;
    • to such an enormous extent, the entire economic world
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    • Docta ignorantia, of a learned unknowing, of an
    • ignorant learnedness. Yes, as human evolution is today,
    • come to dreaming and to learned ignorance today, when we
    • into learned ignorance (as those do who think as Mauthner
    • Docta ignorantia, Inspiration; in the sense in
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    • of the consciousness-soul is normal for the individual.
    • individual's longing for the newest thing, nor a mere
    • docta ignorantia, on the ground that when we
    • have just a docta ignorantia; it had a wisdom in
    • breathing. Normally, we take 18,breathe a minute. That
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    • unorganized workers today who stand on the ground of
    • salary! Nor does Caruso feel it when he collects his 30
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    • a norm for all human beings. Against it, it is spiritual
    • its followers nor about its opponents. It has to brush all
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    • enormously complex movements in it, you find complexities in it
    • speaks his “ignorabimus:” we shall never know. — He
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    • normally the most false who use the word “truly”
    • can impress by his radical or blurred judgments enormously. It
    • Nature has neither kernel nor shell,
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    • certain inorganic substances, as one meant at that time. A soul
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    • Nordic mythology derives the present condition of the world
    • from a cold nebulous “Niflheim,” the northern land
    • by side and in a certain way reminiscent to the Nordic legend.
    • Goethe or Beethoven. The genii normally appear at the end of a
    • as if an immense panorama of this life which we have
    • panorama.
    • Nordic legend. The spiritual germ of the current culture has
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    • will be supreme. I do not know what they will do then, nor does anyone,
    • what they will do, neither I nor any of the rest of you know, but it
    • tell what. Social ignorabimus — this is what comes of
    • its ignorabimus, (we can know nothing) socialistic thinking,
    • too, has come to the socialistic ignorabimus. This connection
    • would lead merely to the suppression of the minority. The proletariat
    • will no longer be needed, nor the question whether a half hour more
    • the one hand say: Ignorabimus, we do not know, and on the other
    • higher phase of socialism is most interesting. He calls it ignorance to
    • fellow, nor of sitting down to send out thoughts of universal love,
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    • themselves. If however we ignore the share of ability brought down by
    • which for its part has no claim either to the economic life nor to the
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    • have thought in this way, nor the Romans, nor could men have thought
    • employer nor employee is conscious. The facts of the matter are masked.
    • power can be exchanged for anything else — neither goods nor anything
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    • goes beyond the physical plane, nor does it make man aware of there
    • idealist nor realist; you must be one just as much as the other. You
    • to be merely universal idea nor animal-men, but really individual man
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    • would in that case not have strained his soul so much nor been
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    • Anatomy, by Carus, published as early as 1866. Nor is this
    • advancement not of our science but of our ignorance. On the
    • the world in real earnest, the abnormal phenomena of Wisdom's
    • with respect to the finer conditions of his organs. In normal
    • weakened, man in his ordinary normal life pays little heed to
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    • Yet such things are usually ignored or not taken seriously because their
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    • intellectual proficiency it is astonishing how much ignorance, how much
    • This kind of ignorance results
    • the following: “It is to my credit that I know my own ignorance.
    • It is important for me to know the exact extent of my ignorance of chemistry,
    • normal external life, we are not able to enter, by means of thinking,
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    • harmony with the cosmos. I mentioned how, in a normal human life, the
    • abnormal conditions or through some illness does the process of breathing
    • become conscious. Our normal consciousness functions at a level above
    • on the brain that we were forced out of what should have been our normal
    • etc. are seen, nor do we see the Christ impulse through which we see
    • of Golgotha among other historical events. Nor in that case would we
    • it and begin to perceive itself; but that is abnormal perception. Similarly
    • an abnormal perception of the Mystery of Golgotha would come about if
    • nor can one be substituted for the other. Rather could they be compared
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    • his place. It is obvious that such an expression reveals a gross ignorance
    • truly express our spiritual-scientific view of the world. If we honor
    • and enormous good will of her nature.
    • ignorant professor are utter lies. Johanna Arnold's deep devotion to
    • with Ahriman. But neither faith nor reason as such lead to untruth or
    • abstractions he sins against reason and remains ignorant of the fact
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    • the great universal purpose of life is we shall never know, nor is it
    • this task connected with the enormous world-historical events taking
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    • be discussed purely from the point of view of finance. But a minority
    • — it usually is a minority on such occasions—wanted to discuss
    • place in July and August of 1914 when an enormous flood, a veritable
    • of fear.” — Nor is that all, for just as Ahriman is waiting
    • is a Christian; nor is that possible through natural science if one
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    • to the Scholastics, the modern philosophers are incredibly ignorant
    • That was not the case at the time of the Scholastics nor even in the
    • tragic centuries leading up to the Mystery of Golgotha, made an enormous
    • North and South” contains in the July issue an article
    • nor physiology can explain, things which must come from the devil. She
    • particular case it stems from lack of insight, from utter ignorance.
    • context than is normally possible today.
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    • when considering Luther in the light of spiritual science is the enormous
    • it neither historical nor substantiated by records. However, spiritual
    • world and have its own spiritual cognition. It is not normal for people
    • will notice the enormous discrepancy between the views of a Catholic
    • devil. It must be said that neither Lessing nor Goethe had the nerve
    • aspect of things or dimmed down below normal, as can happen through
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    • the spirit of normal evolution and the luciferic and ahrimanic spirit.
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    • a way that it has a north pole where cold accumulates, as it
    • were. And one will describe this north pole from the nature of
    • opposite of the situation with the north pole on the earth.it
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    • normal humanity.
    • normal souls suffer through their association with such persons
    • posthumous with respect to the actual or normal human souls
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    • this time. It is roughly the same year when a person from the north
    • the North was crawling up the staircase in Rome, a staircase from which
    • be forgiven. This man from the North who is in Rome is a believer. In
    • You know that this Nordic
    • is pushed back, so Luther pushes back for his Nordic world whatever
    • back and rejected. The musicality of the North takes over the place
    • also in North Europe, just generally in West Europe — certain
    • European Middle, in the European North. In the European East there will
    • Herman Grimm — a true northern, luciferic spirit — writing,
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    • There was the matter of the ancient, honorable tradition, where one knew
    • in the surroundings in the warmest connection with the honored figure
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    • the Nordic lands how the signs of the runes are still active with their
    • manifests out of spiritual heights. There we see in the North also,
    • spread up to the North and also to America, spread over Southern Europe,
    • over North-Africa, over the known part of Asia, everywhere in the
    • has founded in Hildesheim. In Hildesheim, in the middle of Northern
    • from above. But the look is directed toward the North, where the appearance
    • Precious Stones”. But this North has already formed something
    • against in the South with the magic of the sign, so in the North there
    • in the world of the sagas. in Middle and North-Europe.
    • in the Nordic lands preceded Christianity. This was understood in Rome,
    • 9th century, and the more northerly located Europe, when also there
    • working. What is heathen comes to meet from the North in such a way,
    • decorative of gold and precious stones of the North, which came out
    • expression in the old heathen, nordic saga. We are seeing the time placing
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    • by the Greeks, as might be done for a portrait likeness, nor as though
    • enormous. For a Western Catholic sentiment pervades this picture as
    • from the North, from Central Europe, and mingled with all the other
    • influences that I have shown you. Here we have a pure Nordic product
    • of the North, The Man of Sorrows, the Christ, by Dürer.
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    • arithmetic, for example, who is entirely ignorant of that
    • every other. But this entirely ignores a fact which
    • East in two main streams, one taking a more northerly,
    • recognized as normal for human beings to-day. But the
    • post-Atlantean epoch, and which they perceive normally
    • which may give rise to inordinate enjoyment in a man
    • the people who settled to the North of present-day India,
    • who remained farther North. But they were in a very
    • character of the more northerly peoples was different.
    • the past was not strong enough in these more northerly
    • presents is maya—in the more northerly regions they
    • in regions North of India. They said: The world around us
    • comparing it with conditions still farther to the North,
    • and tenor of soul prevailing in these peoples with their
    • sustenance. These people were not called upon, nor indeed
    • between these more northerly peoples and the Iranians.
    • the North, lived the people who saw into the spiritual
    • to the North, in the area towards Siberia. Its
    • his people from the North down towards Iran. He had
    • that name, nor the Zarathustra mentioned as living in the
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    • the South, the Iranian and the Turanian to the North. It
    • being, firstly, because the northern stream of the
    • Where the northern stream which had passed from Atlantis
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    • to-day he neither perceives nor is aware of anything at
    • physical and etheric bodies. In the normal state, man has
    • only by abnormal means and because of the dangers
    • perception that functioned normally in the intermediate
    • pupils could be trained as it were to defy the normal
    • no longer able in a normal way to be aware of the direct
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    • knowledge of the spiritual world that is normal in some
    • the normal form of knowledge was astral-clairvoyant
    • the ancient Hebrews the normal form of exoteric knowledge
    • Folk-consciousness. — This became the normal
    • knowledge characteristic of the Hebrews was the normal
    • beginning of days nor end of life’. (Heb. VII, 3).
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    • normal at the present time, man becomes unconscious when
    • from within. Normally, man does not descend consciously
    • knowledge of them. In normal circumstances there is no
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    • the normal way only into the early years of our
    • of consciousness was normal, it will not surprise us to
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    • In normal
    • Great World, the Macrocosm, but in normal earthly
    • and to see how man is normally diverted from awareness of
    • Northern peoples, the other form was practised above all
    • similar took place in the Northern Mysteries, where
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    • ‘I’ is not, in normal conditions, awake in
    • than was normally his. The expression designating the
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    • normally his on the physical plane alone. This advance in
    • passage, adds: ‘Here we have prayer norms, on the
    • them as prayer-norms of which the Lord's Prayer is simply
    • distant past they were normal and could be sublimated and
    • that even in the normal state the soul was able to some
    • ignoring what is of essential importance.
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    • is the condition familiar to the normal man of to-day as
    • dialect current in Asia Minor among those associated with
    • disciples. In their normal waking consciousness Christ's
    • befitting our normal day-conscious-ness. — But what
    • that our race has neither the insight nor the strength of
    • the south of Russia, North Africa and Central Asia, to
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    • be inculcated into normal human nature.
    • develop if growth proceeds in the normal and regular way.
    • or mind-soul had developed in the perfectly normal way as
    • Hence in the era before normally developed men had
    • one. In the fourth epoch — when normally only the
    • Ego-consciousness normally possessed only on the physical
    • Peter's normal spiritual faculties.
    • repudiated when I give something to one who is needy, nor
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    • ‘geniuses’ appear here and there. Even normal
    • the astral body nor the actual Ego-bearer could be
    • Moses, nor Jesus, nor Paul — existed as physical
    • guidance even in childhood. Nor will this be a surprise
    • the benefit of the Roman Church. Nor do those who contest
    • can be made.to these words — nor indeed is ever
    • resulting from his influence upon Moses. Nor must we look
    • transform them into feeling; nor should we talk
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    • toward the west. And, in addition, the northern peoples were
    • decaying and the fresh peoples from the north were arriving, a
    • had not the northern peoples come pushing into the west and the
    • south. These northern peoples brought with them their own natural
    • from the north had nothing of this older theological drive, that,
    • properly understand the drive that these northern peoples brought
    • ranks of these peoples storming down from the north because their
    • things outer. The northern peoples did not see the spiritual
    • The Northerners saw the spiritual world from the outside.
    • earth. And so these northern peoples could say: Someone or other
    • the northern peoples, was present in the fourth and fifth on
    • northern peoples was such then, that, as they saw the activities of
    • fourth century, when the northern culture mixed with the Roman. You
    • see, the northern peoples took Christ into this way of perceiving.
    • through the mixing of the northern with the Roman peoples.
    • these northern peoples, after they had mixed with Roman
    • the Roman with the life that came downward from the north —
    • merging of the northern peoples with the Roman said: Knowledge must
    • ignoramuses and giving themselves up to complete agnosticism would
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    • waking condition the significance of sleep is enormous. In this
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    • Not time nor power can destroy the mould
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    • perceive a difference in the abnormal world of dreams at
    • is a beautiful folk-poem in the old Norwegian language, a
    • sympathetic understanding of the Norwegian people. It
    • Nor did the bird of morning sing;
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    • What came from out of the North
    • recently reappeared as if of itself among the Norwegian
    • those people living in the North who, even in the Middle
    • in this poem. When our Norwegian friends gave me this
    • Olaf (that is an old Norwegian name) has the surname
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    • something sleeping in the normally waking human being. From it,
    • psychology that one normally starts speaking about the nervous
    • the body is the tool of the soul, nor that one says, the soul
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    • Nature has neither kernel nor shell,
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    • normally believes to understand this sleeping and dreaming
    • knowledge concepts, one can be neither a pedagogue nor a
    • politician, nor anybody who participates in the creation of the
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    • However, you have to change that what the naturalist normally
    • Spiritual science imitates neither natural sciences nor
    • life with the usual consciousness, neither scientifically nor
    • will, we do not cope with it. You normally do not look into
    • imagining is only a minor awakening, you also know that the
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    • worlds emerges which must live on another level in the normal
    • does not put a question in such a way as it is normally put in
    • time, slavery was a normal phenomenon of the human
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    • We can no longer do this today and nor should we try. We should
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    • the undefined existence I have described; nor would he ever in the
    • reality they are in an abnormal sleep. They think that their soul is
    • by what we experience at night in connection with the stars. Nor
    • explain the corresponding abnormalities. If such cases are looked
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    • influenced Augustine even more than one normally thinks. One
    • North Africa where Augustine grew up in which many people of
    • spiritual. It applies to it much more than one normally thinks
    • mistaken, we are not God.” Neither the sea, nor the
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    • scholastics, the big question arose to them that one normally
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    • concepts whose clearness one normally does not consider. The
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    • bodily. Neither philosophy nor natural sciences do this, only
    • the normal development of the wheat plant.
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    • The Norwegian Niels Henrik Abel (1802–1829), of whom
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    • If, for instance, a man has never felt any desire, nor had any motive
    • experienced and quite certainly have not, nor prove to them what it
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    • enormous waste of love and willingness for sacrifice. This must not
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    • enormous significance in life of the ideas of reincarnation and karma
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    • be understood by normal human reason. It may seem strange to say that
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    • neither the lower grades, nor yet the higher grades, understood
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    • normal human being, — perhaps, indeed, a sub-normal one;
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    • They struggle their way through; become first normal
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    • one-third, by a minority, so far managed to obtain civic
    • understanding, says, Ignorabimus. Everyone, who doesn't
    • say Ignorabimus, is either mad, or a swindler.
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    • anything of soul or spirit; nor under the microscope could they
    • brought an enormous amount to light. They turn out well
    • didn't understand it. There is really an enormous gulf between
    • An enormous amount would be lost for the evolution of mankind.
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    • condition of mankind will vary considerably from its normal state
    • in every way perfectly normal to man, so that his conceptions and
    • standard of normal human consciousness existing in their time.
    • utterly beyond the apprehension of man’s normal
    • Vedas. To the North, where spread the great Brahman Doctrine, is
    • so much above their normal level that he can pass out of this
    • Zarathustra, further North, on the other. All that we look upon
    • events which took place in Asia Minor, and later among the people
    • with spiritual discernment the tenor of our culture, can even
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    • traditions nor doctrines grey with age.’ We first learn
    • state that differed from our customary normal conscious
    • as an allegory, nor as a mere symbolism; in order to understand
    • ethical factors of its life, nor affecting its fate or state of
    • his blood upon which he normally relies; he can then give himself
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    • whereby the normal state of human consciousness was quite other
    • course of our normal human life, we now regard all things around
    • doctrine prevailed, and which lay Northward of the region where
    • a true understanding of affliction, nor acquire that knowledge
    • have our being. There is nothing in this physical world, nor in
    • himself, nor Buddhism, can be properly understood. When Gautama
    • before the enormous mass of facts which is the unceasing product
    • is still beyond the limits of man’s normal faculties of
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    • innermost being, and the very novelty of which caused minor
    • must we not regard temporal things; nor take heed only of the
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    • enfoldment of human existence, cannot be identified with normal
    • place the personality that bore this name might be found — nor
    • King Ahab was also ignorant concerning these
    • he should, at times, absent himself, nor where he went on these
    • the nature of inner experiences; they are neither dreams nor
    • empty nor would the cruse of oil fail; for the oil and the meal
    • Canst thou ne’er wrest from parchment script, nor canst
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    • which was not yet familiar with, nor embodied in, an outer
    • progress and development are beings far above man’s normal
    • have neither value nor reality].
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    • wild, inordinate desire (in certain limits this is what
    • would either have felt inordinate desire or deepest
    • and tenor of our soul is stamped into the ether-body and
    • ether-body through our feelings and tenor of soul. The
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    • we approach spirit-knowledge accompanied by them, ignoring the
    • abyss. One cannot pass over it earthbound, nor with fear nor
    • mockery, nor with doubt. One can pass over it by grasping in
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    • with normal consciousness can grasp the sense-world, which is
    • his normal condition, lives surrounded by the world of the
    • world, we must also bear in mind that the person of normal
    • consciousness in normal life is unprepared to encounter that
    • is neither meaningless nor unimportant to ask yourselves such a
    • That would be enormously important, if taken seriously, for
    • from real knowledge, firstly in our thinking. Normal human
    • recognize if someone is from the north, from the west or the
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    • that he feels an enormous attraction for the contents of his
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    • the universe occurs. For normal consciousness we stand here in
    • aspects of which are perceived by normal consciousness, is the
    • us, nor do we ask the plants, or the animals - and in this
    • also when looking into the inner human we see what for normal
    • abnormalities in the breathing process. When the breathing
    • general we pay little attention to normal life processes.
    • is more difficult for normal consciousness to understand light.
    • to normal consciousness. But with this consciousness man feels
    • for normal consciousness, we can become aware of our
    • notice it because with normal consciousness we have no idea of
    • together in the usual chaotic, dim way of normal consciousness.
    • made no claim on our normal consciousness, now has the force to
    • threshold, we see how the middle gods, the good gods of normal
    • even with normal exterior light, and exterior darkness, how
    • to be ignorant of the true situation. We may think that courage
    • Yes, my dear friends, for people with normal consciousness life
    • as we remain in normal consciousness one says: oxygen and
    • learning process, nor a mere theory; rather it means to accept
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    • his external world, and with normal consciousness he is
    • us, something which normal consciousness isn't very aware
    • relationship to the elements. With normal consciousness: We
    • we climb down into the earth-element. But normal consciousness
    • air-element, then even with normal consciousness he feels the
    • we refine normal breathing to thinking of what is in our
    • normal activities. We are used to moving a chair from one place
    • Normally we do not know that the light unites with breathing
    • beautiful, something which causes enormous delight and
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    • the human being is at first unconsciously asleep. Under normal
    • willing, something which is also perceptible for normal
    • we have a complete reversal. Whereas normally we consider
    • normally differentiate willing, feeling, thinking from below
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    • is a minor thing, but I must emphasize it: every member is
    • the spiritual world nor imparted by those who are able to
    • And we would be very mistaken to ignore this beauty, sublimity,
    • - one must become strong in the soul to let normal sensory
    • down to the will from the head, although man with normal
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    • human earthly activity in both normal and abnormal
    • the normal world invisible, the world of visible trees,
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    • threshold, the Guardian who protects the person in normal
    • In general we think in normal consciousness; but we do not
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    • spiritually perceived. We should ignore the fact that we are
    • arms. Normally we think that we move our legs and the legs
    • an unknown force, for nobody with normal consciousness can
    • simply not true. Here we come to a subject where normal
    • is true is unknown – that almost everything normal
    • of the First Hierarchy. However, with normal consciousness,
    • with normal sleeping consciousness, man cannot perceive the
    • is in contact with normal earth life through his physical
    • and brothers, something you all know, for normal
    • and which we call the voice of conscience. With normal
    • his normal consciousness. For example when we have some kind
    • ourselves: this normal consciousness has meditated. It has
    • disturb our normal lives – that we always feel
    • normal sense-perception and normal consciousness is full will
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    • which he develops his normal consciousness. He realizes that
    • And it also becomes clear that in normal life we are
    • normal human waking life.
    • of the abyss with normal consciousness; and the one beyond
    • deviations from the normal state of mind which are always
    • then aberration from the normal condition of the mind cannot
    • normal human understanding, first in knowledge and also through
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    • sublimity, nor feel the importance they have for us.
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    • exact words): Try, with the force you normally use to see with
    • colors flooding within — which we normally see toned down
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    • north, from above and below, may also today begin to describe
    • not letting ourselves be overtaken by light, nor letting the
    • region into which, with enormous all-embracing intellectuality,
    • wondrous sensory nature, nor is it what leads us to
    • they are abnormal, when they don't work normally. But we feel
    • supporters, nor our sculptors, nor our caregivers — they
    • neither look to the elements nor to the secrets of the planets,
    • which may not be ignored without punishment. So, this is not an
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    • that we have nothing in willing except what our normal memory
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    • completely unclear to our normal consciousness. We have the
    • concentrate on the force we normally use when we move a limb,
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    • cannot be created by human arbitrariness, nor from that human
    • spiritual cognition and spiritual seeing. Normal consciousness
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    • during our waking condition, nor in the way in which we
    • own. Whereas in our normal condition we live, when awake,
    • “THE MISSION OF THE SINGLE FOLK-SOULS IN CONNECTION WITH THE NORTHERN GERMANIC MYTHOLOGY.”
    • Europe of that time, was not waged by generals, nor determined
    • beautiful legend was discovered in Norway, the legend of
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • viewpoint of theoretical science, nor out of mere notions and
    • that without the enormous turnaround, without the technical
    • between birth and the first change of teeth. An enormous
    • that it neither has the corresponding methods nor the
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    • this becomes twelve times, in north Mexico seventeen times and
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • certain extent not talk nor statements but the particular kind
    • criticism nor to good will, but it comes down to how they place
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • life, otherwise neither the one nor the other will thrive. The
    • how enormous the difference is between economic life and
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • neither fall into the mistake of Schäffle nor
    • is no strict natural law nor will it become one — it
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • enormous, an all-encompassing white lie, because labour is sold
    • there is in the purse or strongbox, nor come out of state
    • answer is simply this: today money is neither the one nor the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • — not by a long way, nor, above all does it take into
    • that one end always approximately points to the North, the
    • of which is what is called the Magnetic North, at the
    • fine distribution through its form. This shows the enormous
    • abnormal conditions of the sense organs, (it only appears
    • as so abnormal. The cereals would look grotesque; their stems
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • given area. But modern views can give no further details, nor
    • in Winter, we come to subjects which are of enormous importance
    • enormous complexity of the structure supposed to exist in the
    • (or protein) molecule, they say, must be of enormous
    • it. This organism is enormously complex, and since its
    • must also have a structure of enormous complexity. Well, it is
    • of knowledge along these lines would be of enormous importance.
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    • nitrogen is at work; nor indeed can -we help so doing if we
    • they look like in a laboratory, but is ignorant of their inner
    • the enormous importance which this substance possesses in the
    • with the soil. The oxygen they are dealing with is dead, nor
    • would float about in every direction like clouds and ignore the
    • poorer in nitrogen than it normally is. If this experiment
    • than the normal will do. because we do not need nitrogen for
    • part it plays spiritually; for that the normal quantity of
    • handling of nitrogen something is done which is of enormous
    • normal qualities. Ordinary science ignores it, because the
    • hydrogen cannot behave in so normal a fashion as do oxygen and
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    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years
    • above the normal level will show a definite tendency to life, a
    • why, if you want to make inorganic soil more-fertile by mixing
    • inorganic in the earthly element. Now what is passed over to
    • it would normally exercise in the cow's body, that is the
    • the other drawing from above, neither too weakly nor too
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    • there because the room is dirty. Nor will the room ever become
    • flies on the supposition that they will eat the dirt, nor
    • treating manure with all manner of inorganic compounds or
    • produces no lasting results. Nor can it do so, for we must
    • entered the realm of inorganic chemistry. That is the
    • together slightly and then place them, not in a bladder nor in
    • enormously powerful. If this is then added to the manure in the
    • a wrong way nor give off nitrogen in ä wrong way and so
    • — not suddenly nor jerkily so that shocks are produced
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    • very deeply into the essence of the matter. Nor can we very
    • to take these things into account. Ignorance of the cosmic
    • certain temperature, neither above nor below it. The nematode
    • nematode, we have something very abnormal. If one enquires into
    • reckoning here with enormous forces of expansion and have given
    • to use. The abnormal processes in plants to which it refers are
    • etheric body and a certain connection is the normal
    • organs) is closer than would normally be the case; so if the
    • moon, the plants growing upon it would follow the normal
    • upon a normal amount of lunar influence. It is a curious fact
    • that abnormal developments should be caused not by a weakening
    • also applies to the forces of growth in animals both in normal
    • and abnormal conditions. Thus, we arrive at an actual science.
    • always pointing to the North as being caused by something
    • as a whole and assign to it a magnetic North pole and a
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    • neither trees nor small plants, i.e. all shrubs such as the
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    • towards what is normally specialised at certain parts. With
    • fodder, the stuff will be enormously strengthened in its
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • Christianity into Central Europe and also here in the North,
    • Christian impulse and what was brought to meet it from Northern
    • of the North, Central Europe and England?” We need only
    • characteristic of these Northern and Mid-European peoples.
    • was really as if among the ancient people of Northern Europe
    • North. Brave, warlike, filled with the ideal of winning honour
    • need. Nor could he understand his son's frame of mind, when he
    • valour of the Norseman; reflect upon the healing effect of such
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    • Asia Minor and especially Africa. Only the more highly
    • behind to act as leaders. Thus, all over Europe, Asia Minor and
    • Persian civilisations developed — were the more northerly parts
    • Thus the whole of Europe and Asia Minor were filled with the
    • Norse Mysteries where the European Brahmins had to make good
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    • through the world ignorant of all the diversified objects it
    • an interest in it. There is something unhealthy or abnormal in
    • Nor can this be otherwise at the present time; as owing to a
    • expansion of Christianity to the north. They showed that among
    • asceticism nor gluttony, but the happy mean between these two;
    • we have done on this occasion as anthroposophists of Northern
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture I: Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization
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    • sinking into something where it can find neither strength nor
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • Romans, nor in a sense of the Earth, as with men of modern
    • great understanding of it. Nor have they been in very perfect
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    • character under the influence of intellectualism. Nor can
    • evolved in the temperate zone; for at the North Pole it cannot
    • be evolved, there it would be frozen up; nor could it be
    • cold at the North Pole and hot at the South Pole, because he
    • in inorganic confusion must be combined into an actual
    • for people still only think in words. Nor do they know anything
    • fast concepts; nor need one hope with this little set of
    • that were inorganically intermixed, — till then, European
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    • the rulers, the governors, are a selection of not the
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    • expressed in them. It is not an attempt to rise from the normal
    • in a normal way but by placing everything in the service of
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    • our renewed life in the spiritual world, which is neither nature nor
    • the Apostles. This fire is neither of the heavens nor of the earth,
    • neither cosmic nor merely terrestrial, but permeates everything, yet
    • else, suggesting neither a leaf nor a house, a tree nor a bird, but
    • faded nor grew stronger. I could produce the same thing by imagining
    • not an autobiography, nor a biographical novel; yet a good deal of Hermann
    • to our ignorance distinguish us from the animals.” That is to
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    • are polar opposites, just as the North Pole is to the South Pole.
    • to our ignorance distinguish us from the animals.” This is the
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    • word a microcosm. Modern science is completely ignorant of these things;
    • life for it is the transition from the spiritual to the body; nor is
    • other nor anything of each other and yet are working together and
    • in Rome among the Monsignors, most of whom, of course, only played
    • a minor role as unsuspecting pawns, whose jostling provided the
    • and Monsignors might be sitting together in utmost harmony, which
    • and Monsignors; as a matter of fact, they are precisely the ones who
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    • connected with the old idea of demons. Nor should the ideas that arose
    • our world. The world exists neither because of a state of rest nor because
    • is to find the balance, to fear neither the one nor the other, and to
    • will report events that people now ignore when they read about them.
    • our striving is neither only one-sided mysticism, nor only one-sided
    • is neither a Bohemian nor a Privy Counselor, in fact, he can be a Styrian
    • Those who observe matters closely can see with what enormous speed these
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    • such things, and we must not ignore them as if they were of no importance.
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    • sciences. They describe this artistic structure, while ignoring completely
    • immoral and decadent. But this individual ignored everything that was
    • can see people passing by and ignoring precisely what they should be
    • That does not mean that you will become, or have been, a Jesuit, nor that
    • of an eye. Still, we must not ignore both the encouraging, pleasant
    • attention to such things. If we ignore them, it will not be for the
    • pay attention to them. If we ignore them, they will continue and get
    • If we ignore them, we cannot progress properly and we risk the dissolution
    • space nor time can separate them, and particularly not a more or less
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    • must say that man has progressed enormously; but the last few
    • the course of a few thousand years it would be an enormous
    • nor thoughts, not merely ideas, but that which can permeate all
    • nor less. And so, as things are fashioned, especially
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    • sprang from no abstract thought, nor from meditating on how the
    • the old party-strata, e.g. Communists “nor the old racial
    • connections such as the Jews, nor even the old ranks of
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    • powers which one has in mind when one speaks of the normal
    • beings of the normal Hierarchies, to whom man can elevate
    • would be working for the Luciferic being; nor shall we seek him
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    • years ago, an official North American Trading and Transport
    • yourself with a pen is a minor matter. But when Schleich
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    • spirit nor the soul can fall ill. Though mental illnesses are
    • not circulating well enough, certain substances that normally
    • horseshoe.” Indeed, it is not a horseshoe, nor is
    • return to this matter of hair. Man normally grows hair only on
    • head cannot eliminate the surplus in the normal way. What does
    • points north, not just anywhere. Now, no one thinks that the
    • beings are neglected. An abstract social science, ignorant of
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    • lungs, we cannot turn to the stars, nor can we do so in the
    • was not an actual eagle, nor the midsection a lion, nor the
    • normally acquire in school do not touch our hearts too deeply.
    • Nor should he lose himself in fanciful flights of thought but
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    • manner of thinking ignores something I have repeatedly
    • mental activities in a normal way. Everything referred to in
    • those substances normally produced in the adrenal glands.
    • substances normally produced in the hormonal glands of the
    • and normal process of deterioration, can be counteracted. He
    • suitable for such tests. You see, the normal life span of the
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    • close them, we do not see the stars. Nor could we see the
    • overlook something else about them. We are not so ignorant in
    • utilized in fighting off the surrounding cold. A Nordic man
    • dark. Then people with blond hair migrated from the north to
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    • human sense is that of smell. This sense appears to be of minor
    • such “odd people” than is normally assumed whose
    • abnormalities like this have to become an obstacle. Taking such
    • properly educated in regard to such an abnormality. Of course,
    • penetrate into the gums, nor do they extend into the hard
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    • corpse, which no longer wants to swim. Nor does it participate
    • actually spreads out all the way to the north. While in the
    • south it smells good, up north it begins to smell of decay. The
    • the north. When spring arrives here in our lands, it starts to
    • back north. It is really true that the whole earth is one
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    • at all, nor are you aware of it. Why? Your breathing protects
    • substance. Nor do we live in our fluid element, to which
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    • eliminated through urine or feces. This is the healthy, normal
    • than contracting the fluid organism to its normal size. It
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    • Modern human beings do not lose their self-consciousness, nor fall
    • must be crossed. We have not to attack nor to extinguish, what
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    • colonies were founded in Egypt and Northern Africa, the
    • the earlier Mystery-colonies of Egypt, North-Africa and Ireland
    • What appears to a normal consciousness as self-knowledge, is
    • of civilisation's interests, which used to be in the Northern
    • countries lying around the Northern Sea, but the centre of
    • North-Sea to the Pacific Ocean.
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    • so in the Waldorf School, nor do we want to impress
    • of the “Kommenden Tag” nor of the
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture I: Fever Versus Shock; Pregnancy
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    • What is fever? You know that man's normal body temperature is
    • brain is strong enough to regulate this minor task. Through
    • need arises in the head for beyond-normal smells and tastes.
    • wishes nor taking them literally, it is much easier to satisfy
    • with abnormally small heads, particularly the upper portion of
    • only looks at the material realm but is ignorant of all that
    • direction. These are all deviations from the normal human form,
    • but there is indeed a normal human form.
    • cannot say simply that deviations from the normal human form do
    • abnormal features can the embryo be influenced spiritually. It
    • crooked nose, that is an abnormal feature, but recall the nose
    • in the middle of the face with its marvelous normal form, which
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    • it needs, nor does it bring fewer. It arrives with just the
    • empty. By itself the water pitcher cannot fetch water, nor does
    • yourselves that where such facts are ignored there is no desire
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    • is normally assumed. He is capable of readjustment for a long
    • baby has a congenital twitch in a facial muscle, one normally
    • a normal rate. If too large an amount of phosphorus is
    • corpuscles in the woman nor the proper white corpuscles in the
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    • Neither the beaver nor the female wasp expose themselves
    • build nests in winter, nor can beavers be educated to overcome
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture V: The Effect of Nicotine; Vegetarian and Meat Diets; On Taking Absinthe; Twin Births
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    • of anxiety. It is easier to control a normal sensation of
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture VI: Diphtheria and Influenza; Crossed Eyes
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    • children were born along with normal children. In his youth,
    • and the normal children after, or whether they were born
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture VII: The Relationship Between the Breathing and the Circulation of the Blood; Jaundice; Smallpox; Rabies
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    • know that a magnet has not only a north pole, a positive pole,
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  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture VIII: The Effect of Absinthe; Hemophilia;The Ice Age; The Declining Oriental and the Rising European Cultures; On Bees
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